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Stagecoach 1995 

Volume 97 

Saint Mary's College and High School 

900 Hillsborough Street 

Raleigh, NC 27603 




The performing dance ensemble rehearses long 
hours for their spring performance. 




Krista Hurlbut and Chip Williams welcome girls to 
Saint Mary's. 

Above Right: Mrs. Ivey hugs Jennifer Ormsby and 
Margaret Rowell. 




2 Introduction 



Maria Granda and Kathi Taylor are all dressed up, but Elizabeth Stark is being initiated into Undatettes. 
where are they going? 



fee Sidler points out Smedes to Mrs. Wiley Earp and Meredith Ferguson and Ches Pope listen attentively to ghost stories and fortune telling provided by Dean Jones 
fe.Beth Harris. during Ocktoberfest. 




r ~T Te made the trip 
\l\/ for different rea- 

V V sons. We trav- 
elled from various 
ocales and diverse 
backgrounds. But, we 
lave a tie that will link 
is together forever. No 
natter how far we jour- 
ley, or how much we 
'row, we will always be 
Saint Mary's girls" and 
is such we will know 
>ach other. 

Some of us ventured 
lere for academic rea- 
sons. The rigorous 

chedule and the vari- 
ety of classes was hard 
:o resist. The flexibility 
)f the teachers made 
earning something 
that we really wanted 
po do, some of us for the 
first time. The outside 
tielp that the faculty 
provided put the stu- 
ient and teacher in a 
close one on one rela- 



tionship. 

The opportunity to 
become involved in 
every level of campus 
life was appealing to 
many of us. There were 
clubs, sports teams, 
student leadership 

offices, publications, 
chorale, drama, dance, 
the offerings were end- 
less. Every activity we 
participated in brought 
us closer to the heart of 
"the Saint Mary's expe- 
rience." 

What was the initial 
attraction? Was it the 
intimate campus atmos- 
phere, the personal 
attention we received on 
our first visit, or the 
friendly smiles we saw 
exchanged among 

friends and were also 
directed at us, 

strangers? Or was it the 
overwhelming sense of 
history and timeless- 



ness that emanates 
from the venerable 
buildings and the brick 
walks? Or was it the 
sure knowledge that we 
would be surrounded by 
people who would nur- 
ture and guide us as 
members of a warm 
and wonderful extended 
family. We learned 

from them and about 
them as they learned 
from us and about us. 
As we acknowledged 
our similarities and our 
differences, we were 
readying ourselves for 
the next stage of our 
journey. And every day 
we saw and were 
increasingly able to 
pass on that which we 
had seen. Once we 
leave we will continue 
to pass it on because 
We are all teachers. . . 



Introduction 3 



The Stagecoach is lovingly dedicated to our friend and protector 

ATLAS BREWER 

A Fond Farewell 



It's late afternoon and your 
car won't start. You HAVE to 
be in Chapel Hill in thirty 
minutes. What on earth are you 
going to do? Call Captain 
Brewer of course. You see a 
funny looking guy that you have 
never seen before on campus. 
You are suspicious. What are 
you going to do? Call Captain 
Brewer, of course. He'll discover 
that it is only Jennifer's 
date. You come in late at night 
and the campus is dark and 
quiet. Who is there to greet 



Atlas Brewer watches carefully the comings and 
goings on campus. He has an uncanny ability to know 
just who belongs where. 



you? Captain Brewer, of course. 
One of the most steadfast and 
reassuring sounds you can hear 
is Captain Brewer's "Hey 

there! How're you doing?" His 
hearty voice lets you know that 
all is well around the school and 
that you are safe and secure. He 
has been guarding us with 
patience and devotion for four- 
teen and a half years. His per- 
sonality leaves a warm glow 
wherever he goes on campus 
as he checks to see that build- 
ings are locked, lights are out 



and the young women are where 
they are supposed to be wher 
they are supposed to be 
Captain Brewer is retiring ir 
the spring of 1995. It will be 
virtually impossible to replace 
him. Sure, somebody will be 
head of security, but that some 
body will not be Atlas Brewer 
The light that falls on the grove 
will not be quite as bright wher 
Captain Brewer retires. W< 
will miss him tremendously. 



4 Dedication 






"Saint Mary's Security. This is Brewer speaking." 
From his office in the student center or from his many 
rounds of the campus, Brewer was as close as the 
telephone. 

On a cold December night, amid candles and carols 
and stars, Captain Atlas Brewer presided over the 
Lighting 0' the Grove. At his command hundreds of 
lights blinked on and, with the luminaria, illuminated 
friends from town and campus who had joined to wel- 
come the Christmas season. 



Dedication 5 



The Journey Begins 




you, who are on the road must have a code that you cart 



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6 Opening Day 




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he doors to 
a unique 
and 
special world 
are opened to us 
from the first 
day. . A world 
where honesty 
and trust are 
the norm, and 
anything else is 
unacceptable. 
The Honor Code 
is the 

foundation for 
the lessons that 
we learn and the 
lives that we 
lead. We are 
part of an 
atmosphere that 
nurtures 
learning and 
gives students 
an opportunity 
to plant their 
feet on the 
ground, 
preparing them 
for the obstacles 
that they will 
face down the 
road. 

Divider 7 



The 152nd Annual 



Every road has a begin- 
ning and an end. For 
the new students arriv- 
ing at Smedes on Saturday, 
August 20th, the beginning of 
their road had heen paved by 
the SGA and RA old girls who 
came before them on August 
17th. 
New girls were greeted by blue 

and white balloons floating 
from ribbons tied to lamp posts 
and railings, gaily decorated 
bulletin boards and welcoming 
signs on the dormitory doors. 
Sandwiched in among the 
marathon of meetings were pic- 
nics, scavenger hunts, get- 
acquainted parties, skits, sum- 
mer reading sessions and 
more names to remember than 



anyone believed she ever could. 

Everyone seemed to be smil- 
ing all the time and there was a 
suppressed air of excitement on 
the day the returning students 
arrived. The campus, which 
had certainly been busy enough 
before, now teemed with activ- 
ity. Squeals of glee echoed 
throughout the grove as friends 
greeted friends they had not 
seen all summer. Everyone 
talked at once, sharing, laugh- 
ing, and settling back into the 
familiar routine. 

By all accounts Orientation 
1994 was one of the most suc- 
cessful ever. 





The new students are greeted by day student leaders, Harper Best and Laura Montgomery, who are distributing 
Publicity and Home Permission forms. These sheets add to the huge packets of information that new students 
receive on opening day. 



Tracy Ivey and Julie Morgan wear the tee shirts and 
shorts that identity them as members of the orientation 
committee. 



8 Orientation 



Pilgrimage to Smedes 




What a Welcoming Committee! The lovely faces of the SGA and Resident Assistants shed blood, sweat and tears Dr - Jenkins and Mary Harvard Nolde certainly seem glad the new 
to get the school ready for all of us. But they had a great time doing it! They were easily recognizable in paprika Y ear IS beginning, 
tee shirts on the first few days of school 



Opening Day 9 



The Goodbyes Make 




10 Student Life 



the Journey Harder 




er the 
ears, 





^^r when 
alumnae are 
asked about 
their 
experiences, 
almost all of 
them value the 
friendships they 
made. The close 
bonds that are 
forged in the 
early days of life 
on campus 

usually last 
throughout 
lifetimes. Many 
will keep in 
touch for years 
to come. One 
disadvantage we 
all share is the 
knowledge that 
one day we will 
have to part 
with our friends, 
who have 

become a vital 
part of our every 
day lives. 

Divider 11 



Oh 

The 

Places 

You'll 

Go 



The director of student 
activities and day student 
coordinator were busy 
planning countless trips and 
functions for students to attend. 
Some of them included roller 
skating, days at Pullen and 
Jaycee parks, trips to the zoo, 
picnics, and many others. 



Kati Chapman and Ashley Wellons are a prime exam- 
ple of the closeness shared between friends who are 
always together. Here, they are having dinner on the 
dining hall patio. 



Above Center: Katherine Holt and Lynn Pntchett are 
having difficulties manuvenng their paddle boat at 
Pullen Park. It looks like they are headed for a collision 
with the photographer's boat. 



High school students went roller skating on one of 
the first weekends after school started. 



12 Planned Activities 




Far left: Emily Jenkins, Cooper 

Thornhill, Emily McQueen, and 
Emmye Taft are collecting samples 
of creek water on an environmental 
science field study. Where did 
Emily J. get those overalls? 



Ninth and tenth graders Sarah 
Harris, Nancy DiMaio, Kat Krouse, 
Meghan Costello, Tamara Cochran, 
Katherine Mitchell, Erica Lind, 
Catherine Cerne, Sarah Barbee, 
and Elizabeth Hill took a trip to the 
zoo. 





Catherine Forsythe and Anna 
Bradsher Honeycutt woik together 
on a lab experiment in their science 
class. 

Pullen Park was a blast when 
boarding students visited on a 
Saturday in August. We climbed on 
the caboose, rode the train around 
the park, toyed with paddle boats, 
among other things. 



Student Life 13 



JulieAnne Arnold and her friend Bud listen attentively 
as always, to the wonderful words of Dr. E. 




Jessica Hobbs, Allison Wilkes, and Louise Harris are 
jukin' and jivin' to the rhythm of When Cousins Marry 

Dr. Esthimer is a true carry-over from those 70's years. 
Has he always been this laid back? 



14 Labor Day Picnic 






Fall Frolics 



On a lazy afternoon at 
summer's ebb, Dr. 
Esthimer's Band, When 
Cousins Marry, provided the 
entertainment for the Labor Day 
Picnic. They played a variety of 
classical rock music which kept 
the girls listening for hours. The 
usual picnic menu of hamburgers 
and hot dogs was served on the 
patio outside the dining hall. 
Although it doesn't take much to 
get girls excited about a holiday, 
this picnic added to the feelings of 
anticipation. 




Maria Granda, Heather Holder), Farrah Amerson, Mika Annie Mason, Alice Manning, and Betsy Poole wait for 
Lanier, Alicia Isenberg, and Jenny Bennett dramatize a the dinner Mrs. Hill and Mr Mathieu are preparing for their 
scene from "Little Women." advisees. 



Student Life 15 



Amid all the commotion of "meeting" our sisters, we took 
a break and had some delicious cake. It was labeled just 
in case we forgot why we were there. 




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Leslie Allred found El Boykin, her long lost sister. The 
two caught up and remembered old times. It's funny that 
they don't resemble each other much, isn't it? 



Southern Belles Erica Lind, Melissa Razabdowski, Laura 
Montgomery, and Harper Best enjoy the cake and 
lemonade as they rest in the shade. 



Tea for Two 



On a balmy Thursday 
afternoon in September, 
Saint Mary's girls were 
invited to an English Lawn Party 
right after an All Campus 
Chapel. The shaded grassy area 
between Pittman Auditorium and 
the soccer field was a scene right 
out of a Jane Austen novel. 
Dressed in their finest, Big Sisters 
searched for their Little Sisters 
and when they found them, got 
acquainted over cake and 
lemonade. Graceful figures 
floated through the air as girls 
played badminton and and swung 



croquet mallets. It was a chance 
for Old Girls to greet each other 
and meet the New Girls. 
Laughter hung in the air as the 
sun cast elongated shadows on 
the lawn. Students mingled with 
faculty and staff and chattered 
about plans and dreams for the 
coming academic year. Little 
Sisters were full of questions 
about campus life and Big Sisters, 
with at least a year of experience 
under their belts, felt important 
when they could provide the right 
answers. The afternoon was such 
a success that many hoped the 
English Lawn Party could become 
yet another tradition. 




Jennifer Lewis, Nancy Hill, and Kelly Karras are 
soccer playing pals who are glad to see each other ac 



16 Big Sister/Little Sister and Pig Pickin' 




This is the Life 



On September 29th, we held 
our first attempt at a "bring- 
a-date" pig pickin'. Only a 
few dates showed up, but the 
function was still a lot of fun. The 



Natalie Jones looks surprised to be the camera's main 
locus. Maybe she's ready for seconds, and just wants the 
photographer to make way. 




band, Life in General, was the 
highlight of the afternoon. Their 
music was a refreshing mix of 
their own originals and well- 
loved favorites. They were 
extremely enthusiastic and 
encouraged the audience to join 
in their fun by providing extra 
noise makers such as, maracas, 
a tambourine, squeaky toys, and 
others. The use of these 
instruments made the event even 
more enjoyable. To top it off, 
activities director, Louise Harris 
and other Saint Mary's girls 
joined Life in General on the 
patio playing the instruments 
and singing along. 



Farrah Amerson laughs at what appears to be an inside 
joke. Jenny Bennett, Ashley Thompson, Carrie Upchurch, 
Evelyn Way and a date don't find it at all funny. 
Apparently some people are just more easily amused 
than others. 




As Jennifer Rasmovich and Becca George walk over to 
the refreshment stand, Charlotte Kosanin walks away with 
a nice cold coke. 

El Boykin, Katherine Wrenn, Ashley Smith, Raven 
McDonald and Anne Helene Novak are delighted that 
good old Chip bar-b-qued some mighty tasty pork for our 
Pig Pickin'. 



Student Life 17 



We've Got 



Spirit! 



W 



e've got spirit, 
yes we do! 
We've got spirit, 



how 'bout 



you. 



Spirit Week is a time 
for fun and friendly 
competition between 
students. This year's 
events included Disco 
Day, Nerd Day, Twin 
Day, Saint Mary's Day, 
a banner contest, a 
kickball tournament, 
and a volleyball game 
in which the faculty 
and staff challenged 




President Jenkins sneaks in a little 
practice before the big Faculty vs. 
Students volleyball game. Very clever, 
Dr. Jenkins, very clever. 

Here are the master minds behind the 
genius of the winning college dorm 
banner, Jennifer Rasmovich, Louise 
Harris, Cassie Warrington, Jessica 
Hobbs, Allison Wilkes, Stephanie 
Phillips, Kari Syrdahl and Tracy 
Tranguch, 



the students. The 
students were divided 
into teams by floor for 
boarding students and 
by class for day 
students. The overall 
winners were second 
Penick, third Smedes, 
and the ninth and 
tenth grade day 
students. 



On the set of "Dazed and Confused," 
we. ..oops! My mistake. It's just 
Danielle Little, Kitty Watkins and Emily 
McQueen, all dressed up for Disco 
Day. 




18 Spirit Week 




The ninth grade day students 
transform into toddlers as they come to 
school prepared for Banner Day. 
LeAnn Earp, Missy Lund, Elizabeth Hill, 
Sarah Hams, Nancy DiMaio, Katherme 
Mitchell, and Catherine Cerne model 
their PJ.'s. 




Dr. Esthimer goes au naturelle as he 
lets his true self come out on Nerd Day. 
Not being the normal cool, suave Dr. 
Esthimer, many students didn't even 
recognize him! 

The ever spirited girls from Penick 
dorm flaunt their stuff as they form a 
pyramid in the middle of the dining hall. 



Student Life 19 



Perfect Parents' Day 



A crisp October day found 
parents on campus going 
through a typical schedule 
with their daughters. Well, 
almost typical because classes 
were shortened to cover all the 
activities on the agenda. 
Registration in Smedes parlor 
afforded parents and students a 
chance to meet and greet over 
coffee and juice and the dining 
hall's famous poppy seed muffins. 
Classes were followed by a 
sumptuous luncheon after which 
the Cold Cuts performed. 
Other events of the day included 
student artwork on display 
around the campus, and 
performances by the Drama Club 
and the Performing Dance 
Ensemble. Members of the tennis 




team paired up with their 
mothers to play a round robin 
tournament, while the rec league 
and varsity soccer teams joined 
forces for an exhibition scrimmage 
on the soccer field. 

The day ended with a Sundown 
Social on Dr. Jenkins' back lawn. 
The highlight of the decorations 
was the first place winning 
pumpkin designed and decorated 
by the ninth and tenth graders. A 
country band provided 

entertainment at the social. It 
was a great place for parents to 
get acquainted with each other as 
well as with the faculty and staff. 



Candler Vaughan greets her mother in the halls of 
Ragland after a class. On Parents' Day all the students 
were seen looking bright-eyed and awake, dressed nicely 
for class. (As if we weren't like that every day!) 



During the reception in Smedes Parlor, parents were 
everywhere, following their daughters with folders in hand. 
Kathenne Holt and her mom seem pleased to see each 
other. 

Allyson Scott's mother was among the parents who 
came from near and far to see their girls on Parents' Day. 





20 Parents' Day 




Lynn Pritchett and Corey Mapes mingle with a friend at 
the Sundown Social. Parents and students gathered in 
the blooming backyard of Dr. and Mrs. Jenkins to enjoy 
heavy hors d'ouvres and band music. It seems Mr. 
Scarecrow misplaced his parents and Lynn and Corey 
were cheering him up! 




A man on campus! Eeek! It's Lee Posey's father, 
accompanying her to class in Ragland. Lee's dad looks 
over the classroom, observing carefully to make sure 
everything is in order for his daughter. 

"Isn't it just like high school again, guys?" Stephanie 
Loy's mother reminisces. Stephanie and Anna Bradsher 
Honeycutt apparently don't share the same excitement. 







Student Life 21 



Dig In! During the pumpkin carving contest, we rolled up 
our sleeves and dove right into the orange depths ol the 
vegetable. Hard at work are Corey Mapes, Lynn Pritchett, 
Fiquet Bailey, Kathenne Holt, Elizabeth O'Donnell, Julie 
Morgan, and Danielle Costineau. 

Students were encouraged to bring a pumpkin and some 
creativity to the picnic area on back campus. Ideas ranged 
from painting to carving both silly and scary faces on their 
pumpkins. The best decorated pumpkins were chosen to 
be on display at the President's house for the Sundown 
Social on Parents' Day. 




Tossing out all the pumpkin seeds, Jessica Hobbs and 
Allison Wilkes look happy to do so. Come on, girls! 
You're supposed to toast the seeds and eat 'em! 



There are my Crayola Crayons! Just kidding, it's the High 
School SGA, dressing up for Halloween. 




22 Octoberlesl 



The Great Pumpkin 

Affair 



This year, Octoberfest was in 
conjunction with Founder's 
Week. Some of the activities 
planned for the celebration 
included a Cold Cuts performance 
and a tie dye party on the dining 
nail patio. Tuesday night was 
saraoke and make your own pizza 
night. Many students took 
advantage of the opportunity to 
ing along to their favorite tunes 
n front of the student body. 
Dthers had more fun laughing at 
;he fearless performers. 

Founder's Day chapel was 
graced by the presence of Saint 
Vlary's founding mothers and 



fathers, only in costume of course. 
A number of the faculty, staff, and 
administration wore clothing from 
the mid 1800s, the time in which 
Saint Mary's was founded. That 
same night, a campfire was built 
on back campus. Here, students 
made S'mores with marshmallows 
roasted on straightened coat 
hangers, combined with chocolate 
and graham crackers. Ghost 
stories were told around the fire, 
and as a result, many students 
slept in rooms with a large group 
of their friends to ease their 
fright. In Smedes, some girls, 
who had single rooms, did not 




sleep alone in their rooms for the 
entire week. 

On Halloween, a carnival was 
set up in the dining hall. Most of 
the social clubs, along with some 
other organizations, set up booths 
in which students played games, 
such as bobbing for apples. Also 
at the carnival was a costume 
contest, cake walks, and fortune 
telling by none other than Ms. 
ESP herself, Madam Lou Lou, 
Dean Jones. 



Ellen Stecker displays her ringing school spirit by 
dressing up as a telephone lor Halloween. 




Ashley O'Brian, Leslie Allred, Elizabeth O'Donnell, and 
Kati Chapman boogie on Karaoke night. The various 
brave souls at Saint Mary's were actually convincing as 
they pretended not to have stage fright. There was an 
enormous list of songs to choose from that night. And in 
case anyone forgot the words to the chosen song, there 
was a TV screen to watch as the words moved down. 
"Oh, what a night!" 



Student Life 23 



Puttin 1 on the Ritz 



Is it possible to take a drab, 
utilitarian space and turn it 
into a place of magic and 
mystery? The high school 
and college SGAs with the able 
help of Student Activities 
Director Louise Harris did it! 
The Elks Lodge on Millbroook 
Road was transformed into a 
dim, glittering world of 
candlelight and sparkles. Long, 
spangly ribbons dangled from 
the dozens of helium filled 
balloons that floated on the 
ceiling. The floor was covered 
with shiny, multi-colored 



confetti, as was each table top. 
Beside the candles on the tables 
were top hats and batons, 
symbols, of course, of "the Ritz." 
Music was provided by The 
Risse, from Durham, who 
played a variety of songs 
ranging from The Village 
People to Van Morrison. In 
fact, before the first huge wave 
of students and their dates 
arrived, the group played a 
range of oldies for the 
chaperones who were there on 
time. Getting dressed up and 
stepping out was great! 



Elizabeth O'Donnell and El Boykin, are exhaust! 
after a long night of puttin' on the ritz. 



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Amy Mackie and her escort, who says "Are we 
having fun yet?" 



Who's Chaperoning here? Jessica Hobbs and Holly 
Evans keep an eye on Mr. Mathieu and Dr, Bauso. 



24 Fall Formal 



Evelyn Way, Elizabeth Davis, Emme Barfield, Ann 

Helen Novak, and Erin Higgins take a break from 
dancing 



Danielle Ruffino, Lisa Mann, and their dates are 
kicking it up and "puttm 1 on the ntz!" 




Tracy Tranguch and her date are ready for the party! 

The Risse did a terrific job of providing music for all 
generations. But is that really her hair, or not? 



Student Life 25 



The 

Grove 

Glows at 

Christmas 



Lighting O' The Grove was 
the last activity planned 
before Christmas break to 
bring together students, faculty, 
staff, and family. The night 
began with a special Christmas 
chapel, where the new 
marshalls' dresses were 
blessed. Candles were passed 
out at the end of Chapel and 
the congregation proceeded 
outside. 

Everyone gathered 

around the Christmas tree in 
front of Smedes. Holding their 
candles and singing carols, 
anxiously awaiting the lighting 
of the tree. Atlas Brewer did 
the honors, while Evelyn Way 
performed a solo. The crowd 
was visited by Scrooge and 
Santa, who reiterated to us the 
meaning of Christmas. 



As the chorale delighted the audience with their 
lovely voices. Dr. Quinn directed. Toward the end of 
the ceremony, Evelyn Way sang a beautiful solo of 
"Oh, Holy Night " 








26 Lighting 0' The Grove 




Santa Claus pays a visit to Saint Mary's just long 
enough to teach Mr. Scrooge the true spirit of 
Christmas I just happen to have inside information 
that they weren't really Santa Claus and Scrooge. 
Maybe I'm not supposed to say anything, but it was 
really Dr. Esthimer as Santa and Dr. Bauso as 
Scrooge. What tipped me off? I saw Dr. Bauso's 
daughter waving to him and saying "Hi Daddy 1 " 
Scrooge doesn't have a daughter 1 



Cam Ross, Katy Taylor, Karen Edmondson, January 
Belk, Ryan Baker, Sherrod Sisco, and Shaner Garner 
get together for the camera, candles in hand. 






What angels we have as our SGA! That's right, the 
student government dressed up as angels for the 
Lighting 0' The Grove, sponsored by the 
Granddaughter's Club. Danielle Little, Corey Mapes, 
Kitty Watkins, Cassie Warrington, Emily McQueen, 
Meghan Krell, Allison Wilkes, Adrianne Stone, 
Charlotte Kosanin, and Jessica Hobbs didn't need to 
dress up. We all know they're angels 1 



Danielle Costineau, Sarah Barbee, Allison 
Thompson, and Jennifer Spencer sing carols, and 
receive a little warmth from their candles 



The Christmas tree was on display in front of 
Smedes for the Lighting 0' The Grove. It was 
beautifully decorated by the SGA and Silent S. 



Student Life 27 



Two year olds they aren't, but they are precious! 
Robin Thomas, El Boykin, Maria Granda, Nikki 
Savage and Jackie Rogers are ready for their 
bedtime story. 



Santa NEVER looked so good 1 The Cold Cuts are 
radiant as they contribute to the holiday spirit in 
Smedes Christie Anderson and Liz Spratt brighten 
up the parlor. 



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Laura Montgomery, Alicia Isenberg. Erin Kiliany, 
and Lai Johnson line up for their hot chocolate and 
cookies. 

Margaret McGlohon and Beth Jenkins "drive" this 
particular Miss Daisy straight to the arms of a 
surprised Dean Jones. Daisy is dressed in a facsimile 
of the marshalls' gowns that Dean Jones provided for 
the school. 





28 Circle/Beacon Party 




Twas 
almost 
the night 
before. . 



Who says Christmas is 
just for little children? 
It is for everybody who 
gathers in Smedes Parlor after 
the Lighting O' The Grove. 
Circle and Beacon, honorary 
leadership societies in the 
college and high school 
respectively, invite all the girls 
to put on their pajamas and 
come snuggle down with hot 
chocolate and cookies to hear 
Santa Claus recite "The Night 
Before Christmas." The Cold 
Cuts add new dimensions to 
their performance by taking 
on new personas. It is a warm 
and happy time when we 
celebrate the holidays and the 
fact that we have survived 
another semester. It is also a 
time to celebrate the extended 
family we are all a part of every 
single season we are here and 
together. 



Speaking of personas - that Dr. E. is a master of 
disguises, or should we say surprises? He just never 
quits, does he 7 At least he had every single one of us 
fooled. We would have never known it was him. 



Student Life 29 



The Way We Are 



1 



One needs only a casual 
glance at these two pages 
to see that we do love to 
eat! Actually, we work hard 
and we play hard. Life long 
friendships develop around 
shared popcorn, coke, pizza, 
and food from home. We have 
the wonderful ability to turn 
the slightest event into an 
occasion, especially if there is 
food involved! 



Once everyone was settled in their new rooms, they 
didn't take time to enjoy them. They'd all leave and go 
to someone else's room! Dorm life at Saint Mary's is 
the best! 




Melanie Holmes and Thronie Jefferson do the 
croissants and coke thing at brunch in the dining hall. 

There were just a few days between the end of 
orientation and the official beginning of fall. The Labor 
Day picnic is an annual affair anticipated by Jennifer 
Hardison, Julie Morgan, Sarah Dowd, and Chandler >^t 
Byrd. 




30 Candids 




Three childhood friends are still together as Seniors 
at Saint Marys High School. Kate Walton. Dickens 
Whitley, Ann Powell prove that true friendships last, 
even when Dickens is a boarder and the others aren't. 

Two day student beauties, Tyler Harris and Laura 
Montgomery bask in the late afternoon sun during the 
fall pig pickin". It was a perfect day for a picnic, as 
their smiles show. Either that, or there was something 
funny in that Coke. 




Every day and night during the week of Octoberfest 
brings new opportunities for culinary delights, as 
Lindsay Hardison and Elizabeth Davis demonstrate, 

Kelly Livingston shows true grit as she works off 
calories on the stair master. Too many picnics, 
lunches and brunches require diligent exercise. 



Student Life 31 



Ashley Smith and Raven McDonald are roommates, 
soccer teammates, and best friends forever. 



College students gather in the gym. This group is 
comprised of Ashley Dawson, Sarah Paige Allen, Beth 
Herring, Whitney Szymcyk, Mary Norvell Hope, Jane 
Twamley, Christy Anderson, Kene Beth Ratteree, Brennan 
Mosley, Deborah Aycock and Cyndi Warren. 








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Beth Bernstein, Day Student, third from right, is spending 
the night with friends in Smedes. Her welcoming 
commmitte is made up of Laura Burke Davis, Eliza 
Jenkins, Linda Lawson, Katherme Holt, Kimry 
Blackwelder, Ruth Hearn, and Elizabeth O'Donnell, 



They clearly have a destination in mind, but where could 
it be 7 Jane Twamley, Ashley Summerlin. Cyndi Warren, 
Christy Anderson, Charlotte Kosanin and Jill Djordjevic get 
ready to hit the road. 




32 Candids 



\/\/ like to move around in 
V V groups getting ready to 
at. There is, after all, safety in 
umbers. Obviously, the students 
ren't the only ones interested in 
Dod. 



Along the Way 



There is still a little girl lurking in all of us. Sarah Inman, 
Evelyn Way, Elizabeth Davis, and Kim Kulers are so 
proud of their artistry. 



It's a feast, and Mrs. Hill is first in line HalHaIHa! 

(Actually, she is uncovering the mountains of food the day 
girls brought in for the Thanksgiving dinner) 




Ashley Bell, Janet Uy. Brennan Mosley, Jane Smith, 
Tracy Ivey, Amy Palmer, Ginny Jackson, Kim Newman, 
Zoe Graham, Jennifer Zahren and Emmalee Jones 



It's a Spiders walk! Ashley O'Brien, Kate Walton. M'Lee 
Welch, Dickens Whitley, Lucy Heath, Nancy Sylvester, 
and Emily Harer are amused at their antics. 



Student Life 33 



A Journey Toward 




34 College Sophomore 



Also Takes Us Away 







'3 V 



The end of 
the 
sopho- 
more year finds 
us on the brink 
of yet another 
bittersweet 
moment. As 
exciting as it is 
to end one set 
of experiences 
to begin anoth- 
er, it is with 
sadness that 
we realize that 
our journeys 
often take us in 
different direc- 
tions from the 
places we have 
been anchored 
until now. As 
we embrace our 
young woman- 
hood we sense 
the poignancy 
with which 

the childhood is 
left behind for 
the ones who 
hold those 

memories so 
close to their 
hearts. 

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44 College Freshman 



Do Become Reality 




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man reflect 
where she has 
come from 

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going, because 
this particular 
leg of the jour- 
ney is just 
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ered and 
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Divider 45 



Deborah Aycock 

Katharyn Baden 

Ryan Baker 

January Belk 



Danielle Boucher 

Jamie Branch 

Tara Brown 

Melissa Butler 



Melissa Dew 
Katie Duckworth • 
Jeannine Eason 
Karen Edmundson 



Holly Evans 

Sinclair Eowler 

Shaner Garner 

Becca George 




46 College 




Jamie Griswold 
Christy Hall 
Kiista Harmon 
Melanie Holmes 



Phebe Hubbard 
Tracy hey 
Graham James 
Thronie Jefferson 



Natalie Jones 
Aya Koyama 
Kelly Livingston 
Amy Mackie 



Ann Dial McMillan 
Amy Morrissey 
Kaori Numako 
Jennifer Ormsby 



Freshmen 47 



Amy Palmer 

Stephanie Phillips 

Peri Potkovick 

Jennifer Rasmovich 



Kerie Beth Ratterree 

Liz Richardson 

Cam Ross 

Margaret Rowell 



Ellen Smith 

Jennifer Spencer 

Lois Spencer 

Lindsay Stinson 



Anu Sundaram 

Kari Syrdahl 

Katie Szilagyi 

Katy Taylor 




48 College 




Allison Thompson 
Tracy Tranguch 
Candler Vaughn 
Dee Dee Washington 



Lauren Williams 
Sandy Aichner 
Amy Atkinson 
Heather Brantley 



Danna Danieley 
Cecily Luta 

Cecily Luta 's senior 
portrait did not appear in 
the 1994 Stagecoach. 



ik's freshmen strike a pose before going out. They are Ann Dial McMillian, Shaner Gardner, Sherrod Sisco, Karen Edmundson, Cam Ross, and 
Iran Aycock. 



Not Pictured: 

JulieAnne. Arnold 
Germaine Brandt 
Dayna Edwards 
Kim Hassell 
Elizabeth Kdlen 
Lindsay Jones 
Cory Maybach 
Chris Peffer 
Eliza Pittman 
Sherrod Sisco 
Jeni Stallings 
Misty Taylor 
Sarah Vanmeter 
Kiera Williams 



Freshmen 49 



Wise Women Don't 




50 Twelfth Grade 



Have All the Answers 




By now 
we are 
begin- 
ning to under- 
stand how 
much it is that 
we do not know 
and how far we 
have to grow. 
The end of the 
high school 
journey poises 
us for our ini- 
tial venture 
into truly unfa- 
miliar realms. 
But because we 
have been 
loved and nur- 
tured, we are 
ready to face 
what is beyond 
the grove with 
confidence and 
compassion. 



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Frances Carstarphen and Katherine Holt are dining in 
New York at Roxy's in Times Square. 

Andrea Aitken-Sprague and Tyler Harris as the 
Doctor and the Yeoman in Dr. Gnssom's English 
Literature class. 



Twelfth Graders 59 



Innocence is Bliss 




60 Eleventh Grade 




For many 
students 
the 
eleventh grade 
year is one of 
transition. 
Boarding girls 
may be away 
from home for 
the first time 
and day girls 
may be leaving 
familiar sur- 
roundings and 
old friends for a 
second chance. 
We all are 
beginning to 
wonder about 
the abundant 
opportunities 
that wait for 
us. Anything 
and everything 
is possible. We 
do feel invinci- 
ble. 



Divider 61 



Stephanie Abee 

Leslie Allred 

Farrah Amerson 

Wendy Aukland 



Hannah Baggett 

Emme Barfield 

Lisa Bauer 

Louise Bauso 



jenny Bennett 

Beth Bernstein 

Kimry Blackwelder 

Ashley Blaylock 



Keri Booker 

LuAnne Box 

El Boykin 

Jamie Breedlove 




62 High School 




Jeni Burnette 
Alicia Carroll 
Christina Cerwin 
Kati Chapman 



Nancy Cobb 
Elizabeth Davis 
Laura-Burke Davis 
Sarah Dayvault 



Angie DeMario 
Sara Dowd 
Brooke Finney 
Jocelyn Fuller 



Sarah Givens 
Maria Granda 
Tracy Harris 
Blair Hinton 



Eleventh Graders 63 



Heather H olden 

Erin Holt 

Sarah Inman 

Eliza Jenkins 



Kristin links 

Christine Johnson 

Emily Johnson 

Kelly Karros 



Laura Knox 

Liz Knox 

Kyrstin Krist 

Mika Lanier 



Jennifer Lewis 

Christina Lind 

Stephanie Loy 

Becky McConnell 




64 High School 




Raven McDonald 
Kristen Mitchell 
Anne Helene Novak 
Elizabeth O'Donnell 



Amanda Page 
Meghan Rowlings 
Laura Raynor 

Jackie Rogers. 



Nikki Savage 
AUyson Scott 
Gee Suller 
i'llyn Stecker 



Adnannc Stone 
Susanna Tantcmsapya 
Ktithi Taylor 
Robin Thomas 



Eleventh Graders 65 



Ashley Thompson 

Lawren Townsend 

Ashley Twiggs 

Carrie Upchurch 



Courtney Weill 

Sydnor Williams 

Katharine Wrenn 

juamta Arciniegas 



Susan Crosby 
l.iz T.well 



Not Pictured: 

Erin Ragan 

Sarah Vaughau 

Sarah Viola 




Ashley Twiggs, Sarah Givens, 

Ken Booker, Cee Sidler, Hannah 
Baggell, Courtney Weill, Amanda 
Page, Alicia Carroll, and Stephanie 
Abee are all piled on a couch at 
Courtney's house over Christmas 
break. 

Kristen Jinks and Emme Barlield 
are playing the Roomate Game on 
Ihe stage of Pittman auditorium. 
The game was an amusing way to 
find out how much roomates and 
Inends knew about each other 




66 High School 




Katherine Wrenn, Brooke 
Finney, Elizabeth Davis, and 
Mika Lanier. 



Jackie Rogers is dressed up as 
a lion for her SGA election skit. 
She wants to be your pres! 



Eleventh Graders 67 



Spirit Conquers All 




68 Tenth Grade 



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The tenth 

graders did 
bring a wave 
of spirit with them. 
They believed in 
the honor code and 
lived by its spirit 
daily. They got to 
know each other 
during a special 
orientation event 
which included 
them and the ninth 
graders on a week- 
end beach retreat. 
They brought ener- 
gy and enthusiasm 
to every activity 
they participated 
in from mixers, to 
spirit week, to 
slumber parties. 
Their tender years 
do keep them safe. 
They are, in fact, 
the wave of the 
future. 



Divider 69 



Sarah Barbee 

Eieia Branch 

Tamara Cochran 

Meghan Costello 



Jeanne Jolly 

Alice Manning 

Annie Mason 

Betsy Poole 



Emily Rawleigh 
Lisa Tippett 

Donnell Turner 
Emily Yerby 



Not Pictured: 

Collin Hanley 

Nancy Hughes 

Darri Washburn 




70 High School 




snth Graders Donnell Turner, Annie Mason, Betsy Poole, and Alice 
anning enjoy the shady picnic table behind Smedes as they do some of 
eir homework. 

sanne Jolly, Emily Rawleigh, and Collin Hanley are in the lounge of 
ll Park. It's their home away from home. 



Tenth Graders 71 



The Dawn of a New 




72 Ninth Grade 



Day 




The ninth 

graders were 
so proud to be 
here that it radiat- 
ed from them like 
sunshine. They 
glowed with their 
youth and their 
freshness. Every 
day was a new 
adventure all year 
long. The events 
that took them off 
campus - beach 
trips, mountain 
trips, mixers, cook- 
outs - only height- 
ened their antici- 
pation of what was 
to come. And for 
them especially, a 
whole new world 
did open up. A 
world in which 
they were expected 
to work harder 
than they ever had 
before, but a world 
in which there 
were adults and 
older students who 
were there to lov- 
ingly teach and 
guide. And with 
the dawn of each 
new day this first 
year, their smiles 
just grew brighter. 



Divider 73 



Catherine Ceme 

Nancy DiMab 

LeAnn Earp 

Catherine Forsythe 



Sarah Harris 

Elizabeth Hill 

Alyssa Holbrook 

Anna Honeycutt 



Amanda Horner 

Kathryn Krouse 

Erica hind 

Missy Lund 



Katherine Mitchell 

Lee Posey 

Crystal Pressley 

Melissa Razabdouski 



74 High School 





Hunter Rion 
Hope Valentine 





Catherine Cerne and Elizabeth Hill with Faulkner. I didn't think dogs 
were allowed on campus! 

Amanda Horner, Catherine Cerne, Missy Lund, Elizabeth Hill, Sarah 
Harris, and Erica Lind sit on the porch of LeAnn Earp's beach cottage, 
where they vacationed over Spring Break. 



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76 Clubs and Organizations 



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It is a privi- 
lege that we 
are here. As 
such, it is our 
responsibilty to 
try to give back 
some of what we 
have been so for- 
tunate to 
receive. All 
clubs and orga- 
nizations are 
expected to be 
service minded, 
whether it is 
collecting 
canned goods for 
the fall food 
drive or volun- 
teering at the 
Crossroads 
Program at 
Christ Church. 
Initiations are 
often loud and 
silly, but a seri- 
ousness of pur- 
pose underlies 
each group. 
Reaching out to 
others is one 
way to discover 
our own truths. 

Divider 77 




Ashley Summerlin, Jean Lyndon, Sarah Page Allen, Beth Herring and Ashley Bell are college resident advisors. 




College SGA members are in front of Penick. Seated are Nami Shiraishi, Charlotte Kosanin, and Jane Smith. Standing are 
Cassie Warrington, Jessica Hobbs, Ashley Wilkes, and Emmalee Jones. 



78 SGAandRA's 




The high school and college SGA is gathered for a Christmas party with Dean Jones, far right, and of course, Daisy. 




Jessica Thomas, Rebecca Ward and Julie Morgan, seated are high school resident advisors, along with Lynn Pritchett, 

Fiquet Baily, and Linda Lawson. 



Clubs and Organizations 79 




Ninth grade class officers shine after having completed a hectic school year, 
graders on campus, these girls had their work cut out for them 



Since this was the first year we had ninth 
And what a wonderful job Sarah Harris, Elizabeth Hill and 
Lee Posey have done! 




Tenth graders brought a lot of energy to East Park also. They were the mature ones! These five sophisticated tenth 
graders are, from left to right, Sarah Barbee, Betsy Poole, Annie Mason, Tamara Cochran, and Lisa Tippett. 



80 Class officers 




Junior class officers line up in front of the fireplace in Smedes parlor. They are, from left to right Laura Knox, Katherine 

Wrenn, Leslie Allred, El Boykm, Jackie Rogers, and Eliza Jenkins. 




Senior class officers stand in the shade outside West Rock. They are Alicia Isenberg, Frances Carstarphan, Ches Pope, 

Lynn Pritchett, and Evelyn Way. 



Clubs and Organizations 81 




Freshman class officers are left to right, Deborah Aycock, Ann-Dial McMillan, Holly Evans and Tracy Tranguch. 




Sophomore class officers are Jill Djordjevic, Ashley Dawson, Randall Lathan , advisor, Ashley Bell, Jane Twamley, Laurie 

Detherage, Brennan Mosley and Mary Miller Russ. 



82 Class officers, Judicial Board, and HSRC 




T !Tnn " dic ' al H Board , memt > ers P ictured ar e Dr. Steve Esthimer, Mrs. Nicole Hagan, Naomi Shiraishi, Ann-Dial McMillan 
Jennifer Hardison, Lauren Townsend, Mrs. Georgette Campbell, Jessica Hobbs, Allison Wilkes, Mary Miller Russ and 

Megan Krell. 




High school residence council members are Mrs. Kim Gabele, Caroline Cameron, Amanda Teague, Elizabeth O'Donnell 

Danielle Little, Elizabeth Davis and Erin Higgins. 



Clubs and Organizations 83 




Phi Theta Kappa, the college honor society, with members Emmalee Jones, Jennifer Zahren, Lauren Williams, Melanie 

Homes, Holly Evans, Charlotte Kosanin, Danielle Boucher, Kathryn Baden, Liz Spratt, Nancy Etheridge, Georgette Campbell, 

Mary Norvell Hope, Cassie Warrington, Beth Herring, Ashley Bell, and Brennan Mosley. 



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The high school honor society is pictured with advisors Randall Lathan, Art McCrae, and Dr. Margaret Grissom. 



84 Phi Theta Kappa, Honor Societies 




The French Honor Society officers are Rebecca Ward, Adrianne Stone, and Kitty Watkins. 



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The Spanish Honor Society officers are Jessica Thomas, Katherine Fowler, Jennifer Lewis, Advisor Karen Hillman, and Emily 

McQueen. 



Clubs and Organizations 85 




The College marshalls are left to right, Stacy Smith, Mary Harvard Nolde, Lucy White, Suzanne Jones, Mary Miller Russ, 

and Nancy Etheridge. 




The high school chapel marshalls are, left to right, Ashley Smith, Laura Montgomery, Emily Jenkins, Julie Johnson, Alecia 

Isenberg, Jennifer Harden, and Charis Saunders. 



86 Marshalls, Vestry, acolytes, and layreaders 




The members of the Vestry are, left to right, Beth Parker, Evelyn Way, Kim Kullers, Laura Ross, Charis Saunders, Megan 

Krell, and Holly Evans. 




Lay readers and Acolytes are, left to right, Evelyn Way, Mika Lanier, Jackie Rodgers, Robin Thomas, Krista Harmon, Laura 
Ross, Lauren Townsend, Allison Thompson, Beth Parker, Megan Krell, Elizabeth Davis, Holly Evans, and Katherine Baden. 



Clubs and Organizations 87 




FinG ArtS Club Bottom left: Elizabeth Davis, Farrah Amerson, Evelyn Way. Top left: Robin Thomas, Beth Parker. Kim Kulers, 
Jenny Bennett. Next top: Charis Sunders, Mary Gray Brunson, Carrie Upchurch. 




SADD Front row: Kitty Watkins, Corey Mapes, Emily McQueen, Katherine Holt, Danielle Little, Kimry Blackwelder, Evelyn Way, Kim 
Kulers, Eliza Jenkins. Second row: Stephanie Abee, Alicia Carroll, Maria Granda, Farrah Amerson, Carrie Upchurch, Elizabeth Davis, 
Emme Barfield, Luanne Box. Third row: Julie Morgan, Heather Holden, Jennifer Lewis, Adrianne Stone, Elizabeth O'Donnell, Rebecca 
Ward, Ashley Smith, Sarah Givens, Laura Burke Davis. Top row: Courtney Weil, Jocelyn Fuller, Sara Dowd, Jennifer Hardison, El Boykin, 

Katherine Wrenn, Kelly Karris, Raven McDonald, Frances Carstarphen. 



88 Service Clubs 



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Habitat TOr Humanity Bottom row: Evelyn Way, Elizabeth Spratt, Farrah Amerson, Jenny Bennett. Top row: Luanne Box, 

Kebbie Barger, Cee Sidler, Jocelyn Fuller, Carrie Upchurch. 




Photography Club Bottom row: Josie Allen, Julie Morgan, Jennifer Hardison. Middle row: Becky McConnell, Heather 
Holden, Sara Dowd, Stephanie Loy. Top row: Dr. Estimer, Gaelle Widmer, Mary Gray Brunson, Rebecca Campbell, Jocelyn Fuller, 

Dr. O'Shaughnessey. 



Clubs and Organizations 89 




Four year girls completed their last two years of high school and first two years of college here. 




The Granddaughters Club has members who are direct descendants of former Saint Mary's students. 



90 Four Year Girls, Granddaughters, Atlas, and 
Chorale 




The Atlas has participants who hail from all over the world. Their advisor is Mrs. Georgette Campbell 




The Chorale is directed by Dr. Wiley Quinn and accompanied by Mrs. Terry Thompson. 



Clubs and Organizations 91 








Day Assistants are Angie Demario, Cee Sidler, Kyrstin Krist, and Laura Montgomery. 





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The Day Council is comprised of Krystin Krist, Jocelyn Fuller, Adrianne Stone, Cee Sidler, Laura Montgomery, Jennifer 

Lewis, Angie Demario, LuAnn Box, and Corey Mapes. 



92 Day Assistants,, Day Council, Circle Beacon 




The Circle is an honorary leadership society in the college. 




The Beacon is an honorary leadership society in the high school. 



Clubs and Organizations 93 



The Scoop group has students from the college and the high school. 

Top to bottom, left to right are Sydnor Williams, Emmye Taft, Nancy Cobb, 

Kimry Bloackwelder, Lucy Heath, Ann Dial McMillan, Kate Walton, Hadley 

Watson, Debra Aycock, Sherrod Sisco, Sara McClure, Brooke Ramos, 

Stacey Smith, Jessica Hobbs, Emily Farber, Cassie Warrington, Jill Kumper, 

Helen Banzet, Holly Evans, Danielle Costineau, Kaki Berkely, Lucy White, 

and Cindy Warren. 





S.H.A.R.E. gathers outside the dining hall. Cooper Thornhill, Kelly Karras, Jennifer Lewis, Alicia Isenberg, Jessica Thomas, 
Catherine Fowler, Liz Johnson, Julie Johnson, Danielle Little, Katherine Holt, Emily Jenkins, Emily McQueen, Linda Lawson, 

Amanda Teague, and Frances Carstarphen.. 



94 Silent S, SHARE, SCOOP, UNDATETTES 




UNDATETTES are, clockwise, Kitty Watkins, Ruth Hearn, Jennifer Hardison, Kim Kulers, M'Lee Welch, Laura Montgomery, 
Ashley Smith, Mary Grey Brunson, Raven McDonald, Elizabeth Stark, Jeni Burnette, Amy Beasley, and not pictured, Corey 

Mapes. 




SILENT S from left to right on the first row are Nancy Etheridge, Sarah Page Allen, Mary Harvard Nolde, Cassie Warrington, 
Beth Herring, Whitney Szymcyk, Alison Wilkes, Allison Hobby, Carla McMasters, Melanie Pirie, and Nami Shiraishi. 



Clubs and Organizations 95 




Abra-Ca-Dabra members are Jane Twamley, Cyndi Warren, Ivy Dunnaway, Emily Farber, Ginny Jackson, Charlotte 
Cosanin, Laura Deathridge, Jill Djordjevic, Ashley Dawson, Tate Tatersall, Brennan Mosely, Helen Banzet, Brooke Ramos. 






Spiders are, from the back, left to right, Allison Wilkes-Madam Spider, Hadley Watson-Parliamentarian, Lynn Pritchett- 
President, Ches Pope-Treasurer, Ashley Wellons, Jennifer Kelsey, Julie Johnson-original member, Stephanie Loy, Jocelyn, 

Fuller-Secretary, Lindsay Hardison, Melissa Martin and Fiquet Bailey. 



96 Abracadabra, Spiders, SU, and Cold Cuts 




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Cold Cuts in their new colors, as resplendent as Spring, are from left to right on the front row, Stacy Smith, Charlotte 

Kosanin, Tate Tattersall, Liz Spratt, and Melanie Pirie. Back row-Ivy Dunnaway, Helen Banzet, Laurie Deatherage, Cyndi 

Warren, Kaki Berkeley, Ashley Dawson, Kim Newman, Jean Lyndon, Christy Anderson, and Jill Djordjevic. 



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MAPS- From the top left they are Jane Smith, Christy 

Anderson, Jill Kumper, Danielle Ruffino, Mary Miller Russ, 

Liz Spratt, Jean Lyndon, Stacy Dunikowski, Mary Penn 

Anthony, Amy Palmer, Zoe Graham. 



Serenitas Veritas bring a smile to everyone's face. 



Clubs and Organizations 97 









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Athletics pro- 
mote sound 
bodies to 

accompany sound 
minds. Fall sports 
include high school 
volley ball, college 
tennis and club soc- 
cer that this past 
year was a mixture 
of high school and 
college players. The 
high school basket- 
ball season spans 
the Christmas noli- 
days and tends to 
overlap with swim- 
ming and soccer in 
the spring. There 
has been a tennis 
dynasty here for 
decades. Now we 
are on our way to 
becoming a soccer 
and basketball pow- 
erhouse. The girls 
joining the various 
sports programs are 
not only outstand- 
ing athletes, they 
are extremely capa- 
ble scholars, most of 
whom carry a 3.5 
GPA or higher. In 
addition to the 
usual bonds 

formed among stu- 
dents, team mem- 
bers are molded by 
a camaraderie that 
is the result of a 
unified effort to per- 
form at the peak of 
one's ability. 



Divider 99 



UNDEFEATED!!! 



Ruth Hearn looks confused, but Tracy! 
Harris, LuAnne Box, and Jeni Burnette have, 
all the answers. Just ask them! 



Sarah McClure instructs her worthy oppo 
nent on the finer points of the game. 



THE high school tennis 
team was led to an 
undefeated season by state 
champion Jeni Burnette 
and state finalists M'Lee 
Welch and Ruth Hearn. As 
PACIS champions, the 
team finished in second 
place among all indepen- 
dent schools in the state 
tournament. Coach 

Gammon feels that "we 
were very fortunate that 
this talented group chose 
Saint Mary's." 





The state tennis champs are front row, left to right, Nancy Cobb, Blair Hinton, M'Lee Welch, and LuAnne Box. Standing 
are Ruth Hearn, Sarah McClure, Adrianne Stone, Tracy Harris and Coach Jessica Gammon. 



100 Tennis and Volleyball 




VOLLEYBALL LIVES!!! 



First row, Mika Lanier. Second row, Lisa Tippett, Corey Mapes, Courtney Weil, and 
Betsy Poole. Third row, Emmalee Jones, Mary Grey Brunson, Lauren Freeman, Alcie 
Manning and Blanch Hancock, Coach. Not Pictured: Laura Raynor. 



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!ie team cheers as they win the point. Left to right are Lisa Tippett, Lauren Freeman, Alice Corey's form is as graceful as her figure as 
anning and Laura Raynor. she serves the point. 



Sports 101 



Raise your hand if you're sure. 



HOOPLA!!! 



The basketball team, 
coached by Davis Dillon, 
played valiantly through 
a tough season, ending with a 
2-11 record. A big win came 
when the Saints defeated 
Greensboro Day. Through tight 
defense and three point shots 
from Elizabeth O'Donnell, the 
Saints were also able to win 
over Salem Academy and Hale. 

Ruth is the W-O-M-A-N! 



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All those dark uniforms and Jennifer. Boy, is she tough! 



Elizabeth tries to get to Emily through a 
wall of Hale players. 



102 Basketball and swimming 



WATERLOGGED!!! 




Meghan Costello, All Conference swimmer, inhales as she swims the butterfly. 



Despite being the smallest 
team in the conference, 
we finished seventh out 
of nine teams. On the state 
level we finished 15th out of 18 
teams. Megan Costello, Kristin 
Jinks, Lauren Townsend, Missy 
Lund, Keri Bookers, Tracy 
Harris, and Laura Knox all gar- 
nered All Conference honors. 
Coach Gabele only had one 
returning swimmer from last 
year and was faced with the 
task of rebuilding a very young 
group of swimmers. 




wim team members are from left to right on the front row, Liz Knox, Keri Booker, Kristin Jinks. 2nd row, Laura Knox, M'Lee Welch, Meghan 
ostello, Anne Helene Novak, Ashely Twiggs and Missy Lund. 3rd row, Coach Gabele, Tracy Harris, Lauren Townsend, Ashley Tompson, 
shley Blaylock, Liz Ewell, Manager Tyler Harris. Not pictured, Erica Lind 

Sports 103 



Kristin Mitchell and Ashley Smith lead the 
pack. 











KK even took care of Jen-Jen after her 
knee surgery. 



Three seniors and the rest will be back 



Soccer 104 




How 'Bout Those Saints? 



Get out of the way! Here comes Kelly! 



Davis Dillon's soccer 
team, led by Parade 
Magazine's All 
American Raven McDonald, 
finished the season with an 
incredible 15-2 record. They 
were only a goal away from the 
state championship in High 
Point during a match that went 
into multiple overtimes. 
Chastity Clark, Rebecca 
Ward, and Ashley Smith all 
graduated, but the rest of the 
team will return to bring us 
the best soccer in the Triangle. 



Raven and Eleia watch and wait. 



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ie rec team was comprised of athletes from both the college and the high school They 
re awesome too. 



Sports 105 



College Tennis Reigns Supreme!!! 



Coach Jessica Gammon instructs her 
conference state championship team. 




Poetry in motion. 



Brooke Ramos is one of Gammon's top players. 



College Tennis 106 




Softball 
Is 

New 

Spring 

Sport 



Blanche Hancock, back left, assisted 
Ken George, back right, in coaching the 
first season of Softball. Catherine Fowler, 
Hadley Watson, Emmy Barfield, Emily 
Jenkins, LuAnne Box, Emily McQueen, 
Mika Lanier, and Erica Lind were mem- 
bers of the fledgling team. 



Catherine Fowler 

McQueen's shoulder 
studies the action on 



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Watson 
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Sports 107 



Student Life 



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Dreams. 
Each girl 
arrives 
with her head 
full of expecta- 
tions. It is the 
dream that pro- 
pels each of us 
forward, gives 
meaning to the 
work we do to 
succeed academ- 
ically and gives 
us something to 
anticipate at the 
end of the work. 
From orienta- 
tion to gradua- 
tion there is life 
abundant here. 
There are pic- 
nics, dances, cel- 
ebrations of sea- 
sons, celebra- 
tions of celebra- 
tions! This is 
the life. 



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FATHER DAUGHTER 1995 



The Daddys arrived on 
February 15, just in time 
to register in Smedes 
Parlor and head to the dining 
halls with their daughters for 
brunch. Entertainment was 
provided by the Cold Cuts. In 
keeping with tradition, the 
ladies allowed their fathers to 
take them shopping. It was dif- 
ficult to walk very far at 
Crabtree Valley Mall without 
running into girls and their 
dads. Later that afternoon, the 
fathers who were not familiar 
with Raleigh were given the 
grand tour. Before the dance 
students and their fathers dined 
at some of Raleigh's finest 
restaurants, such as the Black 
Marlin, The Melting Pot and 
Casa Carbone. After dinner, it 
was off to the dance. The DJ's 
played songs ranging from old 
rock and roll classics to modern 
day hip hop. Everyone received 
a special treat when Cam Ross's 
dad show off his singing talents. 
Sunday's chapel service was 
highlighted by a sermon deliv- 
ered by Jessica Hobbes' father. 
The festivities ended with 
brunch in the dining hall and a 
heart full off delightful memo- 
ries for the daddys and their lit- 
tle girls. 




These girls take over the dance floor while doing the Electric Slide. 




Zoe Graham's father is clearly with the 
girl of his dreams. 



What a crew! Taking a break from dancing are Hac fl 
Corey Mapes, Emily McQueen, Emily Jenkins, Ruth ( 
Laura Burke-Davis, Catherine Fowler and their dads 



110 Father Daughter Weekend 




Mr. Ross and Cam take their turn at singing. 



Brunch was sublime, it seems. 




I Danielle Little, Linda Lawson 
ti Pritchett, Jessica Thomas, 



So this is what dorm life is all about? 



Student Life 111 



The Last 
Hoorahs 




112 Goodbyes 





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STudent Life 113 




Ribbons and greenery adorn the gates and on the facing page, even street lights. 



The faculty processes in full academic re| 




Kitty Watkins and Hadley Watson walk smilingly into the future. 
114 Graduation 



Chaplain Ellington leads the school hymn. 



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It was upon us before we 
knew what had happened. 
We were so caught up in the 
journey that we lost sight of its 
end. But after spring break 
and the Easter holiday, time 
seemed to roll away at a pac e 
we had no control over. The 
flurry of exams passed in a 
flash and then we were 
capped and gowned and lining 
up to march around the circle, 
through The Grove and right 
down through the middle of all 
those who assembled to 





The handkerchief drops, signalling the end of the 1994-95 school year. 



Student Life 115 




Dean Hume and Dean Jones watch as Masie Froelich, Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees, awards diplomas to college sophomores. 




Emily Jenkins and Liz Johnson process. 
Graduation 116 



High School graduation speaker Griffin 
Bell with Adrianne Stone and Laura 
Raynor, the first two Bell Scholars. 




Jeannine Eason and Ann Dial McMillan College sophomores march through the grove for the last time. 
marshalled the high school graduates to 
their seats. 




The final rendition of the school hymn for the sophomores. 



Student Life 117 



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Faculty, staff 
and admin- 
istrators 
all enjoy a close 
and special rela- 
tionship with the 
students that 
extends far 

beyond the class- 
room. There is 
always someone 
for the girls to 
talk to, whether 
about troubles or 
happy times. 
From advisors to 
professors to the 
folks who work 
in lower Smedes, 
the support sys- 
tem here is one of 
the things that 
sets us apart. As 
we stated earlier, 
we do love to eat. 



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"Vickie Allen 
Secretary, 'Buildings and if rounds 



Ellen Jew Anderson 
Associate (Professor of Art 
Chair, 'Division of Jine Arts 



Joan (Battle 

(Director of College Transfer 'Program 




'Dr. 'Thomas (Bauso 
Associate Professor of "English 




Antonia 'Befi 
Instructor of Dance 



"Ellen 'Birch 
"Jletcher Distinguished Professor oj 'Math 




Lonsie 'Bolash 
Library Circulation/Serials Supennsor 



Atlas 'Brewer 
'Mead oj Security 



'Dr. 'Edward 'Burgess 
Assistant "Professor of (History 



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'Dr. Joseph Caddell 
.Associate (Professor of history 



Qeorgette Campbell 
Associate 'Professor of 'Biology 



'Bonnie Clart^ %M. 
'Director of 'Health Center/Head 9{urse 




Sarah Claris 
Secretary to the 'Dean of the College 



ihhy Connell 
Assistant to the Alumnae 'Director 



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Candis Co^ 
Instructor of French & Spanish 




Windel Crawley 
Director of 'Plant Operations 



Coco 'Dains 
Assistant to the Dean of Students 



Sandra Della'Rpsa 
Student 'Billing Coordinator 



Faculty and Staff 121 




'Bruce Diet 
(Physics Instructor 





Dave Dillon 

Assistant 'Professor of history 

'Director of Athletics and (Physical 'Education 

Soccer and 'Basketball Coach 



Michael TLdwa rds 
'Math Instructor 





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(Meta 'Ellington 


'Dr. Steven "Esthimer 


(Hiram fuller 


Chaplain 


'(Ranlqn Professor of (Humanities 

chair, 'Division of Humanities and Social 

Sciences 


'Buildings and "Maintenance Supervisor 





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(KjmSerly Tionteki Qabele 

Instructor of (Health & (P.T,. 

Swim Coach 




Jessica Qammon 
tennis Coach 



Thelma Qardner 
Accounts Payable, (Purchasing 



122 Portraits 




%en Qeorge 

Cam-pus 'Technology Coordinator 

Softball Coach 



Qloria Qraham 
Library Coordinator 



'Margaret Qrissom 

Associate (Professor oj 'English 

Chair, 'Division of Languages & Literature 




Dr. 'Kenneth Quilmart 
Associate 'Professor oj Latin 



%e6ekah MdBane Qunn 
Assistant Processor of 'English 



9{icole Hagan 
Assistant Professor oj Jrench 
Academic Progress Coordinator 




John Ham 

Assistant Professor of Humanities and Social 

Sciences 




'Blanche Shade Hancock 

College Placement Advisor for High School 

'Volleyball Coach 

Assistant Softball Coach 



Louise Harris 
Thrector of Student Activities 



Faculty and Staff 123 




'Betsy Hill 

Day Student Coordinator 

Publications advisor 



%aren Hiffman 
Assistant 'Professor of Spanish 



"Hilda Holkmd 

Administrative Assistant to the (Development 

Coordinator 




'Dr. John C. Hume 
Dean of the College 
Projessor of History 



Mice Hunter 
fMailroom Supervisor 



•Krista Hurlbut 
food Sendees Director 




Tauline Hyman 
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences 




(fail Ivtu 
Administrative Assistant to the 'President 



'Mary 'Ethel Jacvcl^s 
Director of finance 



124 Portraits 




(Dr. Clauston Jenlqns 
'President of the College 



'Margie Johnson 
Receptionist/Switchfioard Operator 



Sarah Johnson 
Library distant 




Mary Lou Jones 
'Bean of Student': 




Tracey Jones 

Resident 'Director, 2nd Smedes 

'Director oj 'Residence Lije and "Housing for 

"High School 



Allison 'King 

'Resident Director, Penicf^ 

Director of 'Residence Life and Housing for 

College 




Sinn 'Kiser 
'Resident Director, 3rd Smedes 



(Randall Lathan 
Instructor oj "English 



'Bonnie Leopard 
Secretary of College 'Transjer Office 



Faculty and Staff 125 




<B.J. Mathieu 
Registrar 



'Edward 'Matfiieu 

dissociate "Professor of Chemistry 

Chair, 'Division of 'Math and Science 




Dr. Lucy Melbourne-Magdy 
Associate Professor of Language 




Linda Mueller 
Instructor of 'Biology 



Susan Musgrave 
'Director oj Annual Qiinng 




J. Author Mc%ae 
Associate Professor of 'Math 




Larita 9{elson 
Computer Records, Development 



(Dr. Margaret O'Shaughnessey 
Associate Professor of 'English 



Tatty (Peace 
Custodial Supervisor 



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%aty Peacock 
'Math Instructor 









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Tat (Plant 
'Bookstore 'Manager 




Cjisela Plemnwns 
'Bookstore Assistant 




Vickie Posey 

Language Instructor 

Division of Languages & Literature 



(Dr. "Beth Proctor 
Assistant Professor of 'English 



'Dr. iVylie S- Quinn, III 

Jletcher 'Distinguished Prof essor of 

Humanities 




'Elizabeth Shzaron 
Instructor of Art 




'Dr. 'Martha M.. Smith 
Director of Library/ Academic Computing 



Laura Starki 
Instructor of 'Jrench and Spanish 



Faculty and Staff 127 



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Mary 'Virginia Swain 
Communications 'Director 




Terry 'Thompson 
Assistant Trojessor of 'Music 



Christine Thomson 
Reference Librarian 




Chip 'Williams 
Assistant food Service Director 



Anna 'Wooten-'Haivkins 
'Associate Professor oj "English 



Tad lignum 
Atumnae Director 




Martha W. Jates 
Internal Auditor 




Alice Zawadzlq 
Associate Professor of "Physics 



Christine 'Benshoff 
'Reference Librarian /Catakyer 



128 Portraits 




'Barbara Elliot 
Assistant Professor of 'Math 




'Kurt Qulliland 
Instructor of 'Biology and Tfysics 



Juanita Reiser 
'Director of Administrative Services 



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Available 



'Eric Toss 
Landscape Supervisor 




'Henry %ead 
'Director of 'Development 



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Anne Soles 
Assistant to the %egistrar 




So this is what electncitions get paid to do.. 



Mr. Latban reverts to childhood in the East Park 
lounge- as he sits Indian style eating his lunch. 



Faculty and Staff 129 



admissions Staff: 

Catherine Scotf J 

Admissions Counselor 

Sefden Steed 

Director of financial 'Aid 

Jennette OierSert 

(Director of College Admissions 

'Barbara 'King 

Administrative Assistant to Admissions 

Director 

Qretchen Smith 

Director ofJiigh School Admissions 

Tstborah 'Edwards 

Computer Specialist, Admissions 

Ashfey JieCden 

Admissions Counselor 

JitfSparks 

Assistant Director of Admissions 



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Resident Directors just want to have fun, too. Ann 
Kiser, Tracey Jones, Mae Thompson, and Allison King 
sing along on Karaoke night. 




Dr. Bauso works hard to be fit by climbing countless 
floors of stairs on the Stairmaster. 

Maintenance are the only people on campus who get 
to ride everywhere they go. Here Lou Kiefer is on his 
way to save the day once again in his golf cart. 



<Xgt "Pictured: 

'Betty 'Bed 

'faculty Secretary 

'J\ay 'Durden 

Library 'Assistant 

Q. 'Dodge Qrecyhean 

'Thinned Qivincj Officer 



Faculty and Staff 131 



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Baby Pictures 135 




Chastity Clark 





Congratulations Baby Girl! 

....On to Your Life! 

Love you always, 

Mom, Aunt Rachel & Friend 



Congratulations, you light up our life! 

Love, 

Granny and Papa 



Catherine, your smile has given us 

much joy and happiness and we are 

very proud of you!! 

love, 

Mom, Dad, and Ron 



Lauren Freeman 




leman Jennifer Hardison 




We, too, are wishing for a wonderful 

and exciting future for you... 

We love you, Lauren. 

Mom, Dad, and Joyner 



Congratulations to our dearest Jennifer. 
You've made us so proud. May happi- 
ness and success follow you always. 
We love you. 



Congratulations! 

You will always be my "cat bird". 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




I said I love you and that's forever. 

This I promise from the heart. 

I could not love you any better. 

I love you just the way you are." 

We are so proud of you! 

Love, Mom and Dad 



Congratulations. ..We are very proud of 

you and we love you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Matt, Cassie, and Charlie 



Showing the courage and determination of 

your father you have achieved this goal. 

Congratulations, Kat! I'm very proud of 

you! Always remember to never ever give 

up on your dreams. Thanks for being my 

friend. I love you, Mom 



136 Baby Pictures 



Alicia Isenberg 







Congratulations! 

We are all so proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom & Mr., Dad & Carol 



CONGRATULATIONS JULIE! 

We are so proud of you! 

Mama, Daddy, and Kristin 



ISamantha.we are proud of you, happy for you, 
land quite impressed with your remarkable per- 
formance as a student. From this auspicious 
Ibeginning who knows what's next, but we know 
lit will be great! You light up our lives! 
(Congratulations and love always, 

Mom and Dad 




Congratulations Jenny! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and The Boys 



Congratulations Meg! 

Much love, 

Mom, Dad, and Hillary 



Hold dear to those dreams that 
bring you happiness! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Jessica 




Congratulations princess! 

We are so proud of you. 

Love, 

Hal, Mom, and R.J. 



Graduation is finally here! 
Congratulations and Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Allison 



Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



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Emily McQueen 



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Julie Morgan 




Congratulations on a job well done. 
We love you, 

Mom, Dad, and Jason 




You fill our lives with joy and happi- 
ness. We are VERY proud of you. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, Samantha, and Ashley 



| Beth Parker j 


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Congratulations Beth! We are very 
proud of you and your accomplish- 
ments. 

i Love, Mom and Dad 




To Alyssa, our bringer of joy and our 

beautiful scholar, then and now! 

We love you, 

Mom and Dad 



Ashley, your smile has warmed so many 
hearts. ..Your love has touched so many lives. 
We are so proud of you and we thank God for 
sharing such a special gift with us. 
We love you, Mom and Dad (Matthew 5:16) 



Dear Ash, 

I've always been proud to be your little 
brother and I hope that one day you'll be 
proud of me. Love, Stuart 



138 Baby Pictures 




We are often judged by our greatest 

achievements. You, sweet Elizabeth, 

are one of mine. ..the daughter every 

mother only dreams ofhaving. 

My love always, Momma 



Congratulations! 
We love you! 

Mom, Dad, Stephanie, and Nathaniel 



Be happy! Smile! 

I love you- 

Mom 



Jessica Thomas 




We love you. You made us very proud. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Paige and Portia 



Congratulations! You are a first class 

act! We love you always, 

Mom, Dad, and Tad 



Never lose your sweet disposition and 

beautiful smile. We love you... 

Mom, Dad, Tiffany, and Jimmy 



Kate Walton 





Kate, over the past 18 years you have 
amazed us time and time again with your 
inner strength and courage. You have 
made us very happy. We'll miss you. 

LUVU, Mom and Alice 



Congratulations-We love you. 
Mom and Dad 



You have always brought MAGIC into 
our lives. You are a wonderful daugh- 
ter, sister, and friend. We adore you. 
CONGRATULATIONS, 
Mother, Daddy, and McClain 



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Elizabeth Dickens Whitley 



My "Sweetee" M'Lee 
-Dad- 




We loved you then, 

We love you now. 

We're so proud of you. 

'Morn, 




Congratulations to our precious daugh- 
ter! We are so proud of you! Thank 
you for all of the joy that you have 
given us! We love you- 
Mom, Dad, and Field 



Dickens Whitley 




"Between each page of pain and 

glory... You're the best thing that ever 

happened to me." -You go girl- 

I love you, Mom 



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Dickens.. .Still waiting for Willie Braun. 

We are so proud of you and love you 

lots! 

Dad and Tonja 



Ashley Dawson 



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A hearfful of love to our precious 

Ashley. 

You have made us so proud. ..AGAIN! 

Keep your face to the sunshine, Ash, 



Excellent! 

Love, 

Dad-B.J.-Ashley-Tito-and Rolleaux 



Beth Herring 





Beth, 

We love you with all our hearts. You 
are the most precious gift we have ever 
received. We love you! Mom and Dad 



1 

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Congrati 


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lations from Mom and Dad, 
Emily and Andy 



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Kumiko Kawata 




Keep on going honey.. Thanks for mak- 
ing us so proud. We love you. 
Love, Dad and Mama 



Congratulations to our one and only 

girl! Love, 

Mom, Dad, Gray and Eric 



Love always, 
Mom and Dad 




CONGRATULATIONS NICOLE! 

DON'T GIVE UP ON YOUR DREAMS. 

WE LOVE YOU. 

MOM, DAD, KELLY, AND HOLLY 



Jill, keep on smiling! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and brothers 



We salute your success. The best is 

yet to be. Go For It! 

Love, 

The Family 




"We must sail sometimes with the wind and 
sometimes against it-but we must sail, and not 
drift, nor lie at anchor." -Oliver Holmes 
Keep sailing baby! 
Love, Daddy, Mom, and Michael 



We are proud of all you have accom- 
plished! 
Love you baby, 
Momma and Weedee 



We are so proud of you! 

Love you, 

Mom and Pap 



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COLLEGE CLASS OF 1995 
We hope that your smile is always bright and that 
your lite serves as a light to all you meet in the com- 
ing years. Be a role model for your peers! May God 
bless all that you do and always stay close to you. 
We're so proud of you! Love you "pieces"! 
Mom and Dad 



"Where's my Big Mac"!! 

Congratulations Jane! 

You are the greatest! 

Love, Mom, Dad, David, and Steven 



Look out world, it won't be long now!! 

Congratulations Sweetie! 

We love you, 

Mom, Dad, Joanna, David & Chip 




CONGRATULATIONS CASSIE! 

You're the best! 

Love, 

Mama, Daddy, and Curt 



Congratulations on the past four 
years at St. Mary's. We are very proud 
of you and love you very much. 
Mama, Dad, Candace, -n- Justin 



To our darling Jennifer, Thank you for all the 
joy you have brought to our lives. Best wishes 
for you as you graduate from St. Mary's. Who 
would have ever thought that we would have 
gone to the same school! With much love, 
Mommy, Daddy, Hannah, Joanna, and Adelaide 



The grass withers andtfkftowersfa.de- but the tove between true friends witt forever remain. 




We share a special friendship that witt atways hold a ptace in my heart. Thanf^you for aft the taughs and 
fond memories! Jou are the greatest 1 . 1 1 I tove you aft very much and I wish you the best of tucf^in years to 
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Bits and pieces, Bits and pieces. 
|People, people important to you, people unimportant to you, cross your 
-Cije, touch it witu love unci carelessness and move on. There are people 
I who leave you and you breathe a siyh oj reDief and wonder why you ever 

Icarne into contact with them. There are people who leave you ana you 
breathe a siyh oj remorse and wonder why they had to qo away and 
|leave such a gaping hole. Children leave parents; friends leave "friends. 

Acquaintances move on, people change houses. People grow apart. 
|£nemies hate and move on. Friends love and n\oi>e on. IJou think on the 
■many ivho have moved into your hazy memory. LJou fooR on those pre- 
sent and wonder . 
1 X betieve in a master plan in lives moving people in and out of each 

other's lives, and each leaves a mark on the other. IJou find you are 
|made up of bits and pieces of ali ivho ever touched your life, and you are 

I mo re because of it, and you woufd be less if they had not touched you. 
Hope that you accept the bits and pieces in humility and wonder, 
■and never question, and never regret. 
■ Bits and pieces, Bits and pieces. -Lois Cheney 
|Thank you Jot making nnj years at Saint Mary's so wonder Jul! 
.1 love you! JuCie Tohuson 



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(704)872-9273 

Ashley Blaylock 
408 Weathergreen Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)846-6165 

Keri Booker 
2416 Tyson St. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)782-6548 

Danielle Boucher 
1009 Pamlico Dr. 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)460-5819 

LuAnn Box 

432 Weathergreen Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27615 

(919)870-5549 

Evadora Boyd 

910 Constitution Dr., Apt.#1 11 

Durham, NC 27705 

(919)382-2977 

El Boykin 

1303 Brookshire Dr. 

Wilson, NC 27896 

(919)237-7906 



146 Directory 



Janie Bradsher 
Rt. 3, Box 483 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
(910)364-2140 

Eleia Branch 
101 Napoleon Ct. 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)380-0667 

Jamie Branch 
2979 Hickory Ln. 
Ann Arbor, Ml 48104 
(313)973-3217 

Germaine Brandt 

P.O. Box 1874 

Southern Pines, NC 28388 

(910)692-5176 

Heather Brantley 
1213 Weldon PI. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)834-6580 

Jamie Breedlove 

4409 Pleasant Grove Ch. Rd. 

Raleigh, NC 27613 

(919)782-9825 

Tara Brown 

411 VarnRd. 

West Columbia, SC 29169 

(803)791-4002 

Mary Grey Brunson 
2824 Jasper Blvd. 
Sullivan's Island, SC 29482 
(803)883-3379 

Jeni Burnette 
7413 Capstone Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)870-0013 

Melissa Butler 
110 Seminole St. 
StSimons's Island, Ga 31522 
(913)638-8115 



Chandler Byrd 
183StonoDr. 
Charleston, SC 29412 
(803)795-0951 

Caroline Cameron 
5614 Riviera Dr. 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
(704)365-9194 

Rebecca Campbell 
516 Santa Rosa Dr. 
Yakima, WA 98901 
(509)453-5998 

Alicia Carroll 
3418 Carriage Tr. 
Hillsborough, NC 27278 
(919)732-9248 

Frances Carstarphen 
Rt. 3, Box 324M 
Tarboro, NC 27886 
(919)823-4373 

Catherine Cerne 
3801 Northhampton Rd. 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919)489-6107 

Christina Cerwin 
2501 Lewis Farm Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)782-5780 

Kati Chapman 
2556 Howerton Ct. 
Charlotte, NC 28270 
(704)543-0469 

Chastity Clark 
1230 Oakridge Ave. 
Henderson, NC 27536 
(919)438-5949 

Lynne Clark 
143 Haigler Rd. 

Lenior, NC 28645 
(704)758-0803 



Nancy Cobb 
2806 Exeter Cr. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)782-4018 

Tamara Cochran 
100 Greenhaven Ln. 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)387-7310 

Meghan Costello 
208 Excalibur Ct. 
Cary, NC 27513 
(919)481-3468 

Danielle Costineau 
1600MorgantonRd., K-1 
Pinehurst, NC 28374 
(910)692-6303 

Susan Crosby 
12 Fairway PI. 
Asheville, NC 28803 
(704)274-3488 

Shannon D'Amour 
408 Hogan's Valley Way 
Cary, NC 27513 
(919)460-6734 

Danna Danieley 
10208 CreedmoorRd. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)847-0041 

Laura Burke Davis 
One Lakeside Dr. 
Henderson, NC 27536 
(919)438-8402 

Elizabeth Davis 
936 Toxaway Dr. 
Hendersonville, NC 28739 
(704)697-8865 

Ashley Dawson 
104 Palmer PI. 
Washington, NC 27889 
(919)946-8887 



Sarah Dayvault 
3403 Dover Rd. 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919)403-0923 

Angie De Mario 
6121 PonderosaRd. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)781-4058 

Laurie Deatherage 
Rt. 2, Box 38 
Washington, NC 27889 
(919)946-6237 

Kimberly Deaton 

207 Selkirk PI. 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919)493-7386 

Melissa Dew 

208 Northern Estates 
Rocky Mount, NC 27804 
(919)443-1370 

Nancy DiMaio 
3115 Blue Ridge Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)781-0942 

Jill Djordjevic 
3602 South PI. 
Alexandria, Va. 22309 
(703)360-0745 

Sara Dowd 
105 Rothbury Dr. 
Carthage, NC 28327 
(910)949-3828 

Katie Duckworth 
415 Ivey Day Rd. 
Oxford, NC 27565 
(919)693-1212 

Ivey Dunaway 
201 Foxcreek Rd. 
Anderson, SC 29621 
(803)224-4221 



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Stacy Dunikowski 
4608 Interlachen PI. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)881-0140 

LeAnn Earp 
1008Queensferry Rd. 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)467-775 

Jeannine Eason 
713 S. Sellars Mill Rd. 
Burlington, NC 27217 
(910)227-9702 

Gretchen Eason 
7308 Rainwater Rd 
Raleigh,, NC 27615 
(919)872-6767 

Karen Edmundson 
4212 Glen Laurel Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)571-1889 

Dayna Edwards 
628 Woodside Dr. 
Mount Airy, NC 27030 
(919)789-9449 

Nancy Etheridge 
1041 Wellington St. 
Hight Point, NC 27262 
(919)882-9766 

Holly Evans 
P. Box 128 
Harrellsville, NC 27942 
(919)365-7503 

Emily Farber 
2756 Old Point Dr. 
Richmond, Va. 23233 
(804)360-0748 

Caroline Ferebee 
3429 Brentwood Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
(919)876-3778 



Melissa Ferguson 
4101 E. Bannockburn PI. 
Charlotte NC 28211 
(704)364-4219 

Meredith Ferguson 
755 Museum Dr. 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
(704) 377-8602 

Brooke Finney 
10 Saint James PI. 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
(919)933-7616 

Shannon Fisher 
7300Laketree Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)676-7116 

Catherine Forsythe 
709 Runnymeade Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919)783-5445 

Catherine Fowler 
110Galway Rd. 
Bristol, TN 37620 
(615)652-7837 

Sinclair Fowler 
1812 Nottingham Rd. 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(919)272-4329 

Mary Frauengofer 
1104 Chimney Hill Dr. 
Apex, NC 27502 
(919)362-1842 

Lauren Freeman 
1421 Lynn Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)848-0837 

Jocelyn Fuller 
306 Hillcrest Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
(919)834-1103 



Shaner Garner 
1750E. TexarDr. 
Pensacola, FL 32503 
(904)432-2626 

Becca George 
136 Pine Needle Rd. 
Aiken, SC 29803 
(803)643-8415 

Sarah Givens 
2308 Wheeler Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)787-3461 

Zoe Graham 
1485 Farrindon Cr. 
Heathrow, FL 32746 
(407)333-0532 

Maria Granda 
801 AlmeriaAve. 
Coral Gables, FL 33134 
(305)446-2155 

Amy Grandis 
806 Flanders St. 
Garner, NC 27529 
(919)772-8518 

Jamie Griswold 
4605 Hiddenbrook Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)876-2639 

Christy Hall 
452 Dairy Rd. 
Clayton, NC 27520 
(919)553-5208 

Collin Hanley 
2113 Saint James Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919)781-4517 

Jennifer Hardison 
P.O. Box 852 
Blowing Rock, NC 28605 
(704)295-4896 



Lindsay Hardison 
Rt. 2, Box 58 
Cherryville, NC 28021 
(704)435-4545 

Emily Harer 
1908 Sturbridge Ct.- 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)782-8465 

Julia Harlow 

101 S. Windmere St. 

Rocky Mount, NC 27803 

(919)443-9235 

Krista Harmon 
1002 Macon Dr. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
(910)759-0765 

Tyler Harris 
633 Crabbery Ln. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919)696-0716 

Jennifer Harris 
501 Oakdale Dr. 
Ayden, NC 28513 
(919)746-2297 

Sarah Harris 
633 Crabbery Ln. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919)676-0716 

Tracy Harris 

3930 Northampton Rd. 

Durham, NC 27707 

(919)489-1090 

Kimberly Hassell 
130 Loftin Dr. 
Rocky Mount, NC 27804 
(919)937-2777 

Ruth Hearn 
3351 Sedgefield Rd. 
Statesville, NC 28677 
(704)871-8980 



148 Directory 



Lucy Heath 

21 Swan Lake Dr. 

Sumpter, SC 29150 

(803)773-7155 

Beth Herring 
2610 Bennington Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
(910)486-4150 

Molly Hesla 
5937 Sentinal Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)878-4484 

Erin Higgins 

206 Gregory Rd. 

West Palm Beach, FL 33405 

(407)582-8645 



Heather Holden 
4914 Shady Pine Dr. 
Greensboro, NC 27455 
(919)282-7335 

Melanie Holmes 

1749 Dobbins Dr. Apt. #1G 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

(919)933-6755 

Erin Holt 

4100 Converse Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)782-9448 

Katherine Holt 
314 Lineberry St. 
Troy, NC 27371 
(919)572-2842 



Alicia Isenberg 
20 Jean Dr. 
Asheville, NC 28803 
(704)684-1036 

Tracy Ivey 
Rt. 9, Box 353 
Henderson, NC 27536 
(919)492-3872 

Ginny Jackson 
1212 Tennyson Ln. 
Windsor, NC 27983 
(919)794-2821 

Graham James 
108OakviewDr. 
Darlington, SC 29532 
(803)393-7235 



Liz Johnson 
1510 Carr St. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)829-1774 

Emily Johnson 
301 Holly Hill Rd. 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
(919)398-4142 

Julie Johnson 

Raleigh, NC 
(919)821-1426 

Lai Johnson 
406 East View St. 
Wadesboro, NC 28170 
(704)694-5890 



Elizabeth Hill 

Raleigh, NC 
(919)833-3356 



Anna Bradsher Honeycutt 
2322 Lake Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(704)787-3302 



Thronie Jefferson 
2804 Ashley Shores Dr. 
Charleston, SC 29403 
(803)566-1493 



Jeanne Jolly 
1213CowperDr. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)833-0981 



Nancy Hill 

Raleigh, NC 
(919)833-3356 

Blair Hinton 
544 Hertford St. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)787-1567 

Jessica Hobbs 
835 Trollinger Rd. 
Asheboro, NC 27203 
(919)626-2137 

Allison Hobby 
700-301 Bishop's Park Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
(919)829-1988 

Alyssa Holbrook 
5104 Salem Ridge Rd. 
Holly Springs, NC 27540 
(919)552-8570 



Mary Norvell Hope 
1501 Maryland Ave. 
Charlotte, NC 28209 
(704)332-6899 

Amanda Horner 
400 Westerwood Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)781-3268 

Phebe Hubbaard 
3 Plateau Rd. 
Williston, VT 05495 
(802)878-7351 

Nancy Hughes 
423 Weathergreen Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)848-9228 

Sarah Inman 
P.O. Box 246 
Dublin, NC 28332 
(910)862-2721 



Eliza Jenkins 
P.O. Box 250 
Tarboro, NC 27886 
(919)823-1769 

Emily Jenkins 
10 Shaftesbury Rd. 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
(919)332-5595 

Shannon Jenkins 
12117 Strickland Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27613 
(919)847-5641 

Kristin Jinks 

25 Autumn Woods Dr. 

Durham, NC 27713 

(919)489-0583 

Christine Johnson 
705 Presnell Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)846-2267 



Emmalee Jones 
17 Hamilton PI. 
Charleston, WV 25314 
(304)345-0325 

Lindsay Jones 
3709 Swann Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)787-2229 

Natalie Jones 
2423 Bel Air Forest 
Wilson, NC 27893 
(919)237-4046 

Suzanne Jones 

49 Raeford St. 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469 

(919)579-5596 

Kelly Karras 
201 O'Kelly Ln. 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)467-7147 



Directory 149 



Sam Katen 


Aya Koyama 


Erica Lind 


Lisa Mann 


7005 North Ridge Dr. 


93-1 Uechi Shimoji-cho 


7408 Rainwater Rd . 


1608 Hunting Ridge 


Raleigh, NC 27615 


Miyako-gun, Okinawa 906-03 


Raleigh, NC 27615 


Raleigh, NC 27615 


(919)872-5495 


09807-66-6776 


(919)878-7916 


(919)848-2444 


Kumiko Kawata 


Meghan Krell 


Emma Linker 


Alice Manning 


2-24-16 Uehara Shibuya-ku 


1105 West Soundshore Dr. 


206 3rd Ave. NE 


3107 Sussex Rd. 


Tokyo, Japan 151 


Edenton, NC 27932 


Hickory, NC 28601 


Raleigh, NC 27607 


011-81-33-468-5758 


(919)482-4839 


(704)324-7839 


(919)787-5172 


Jenny Kelsey 


Kyrstin Krist 


Danielle Little 


Corey Mapes 


1314 College Ave. 


5720 Heatherstone Dr. 


P.O. Box 1097 


525 Hertford St. 


Fredericksburg, VA 22401 


Raleigh, NC 27606 


Lincolnton, NC 2809' 


Raleigh, NC 27609 


(703)371-7459 


(919)233-1408 


(704)735-8075 


(919)781-5230 


Nicole Kerr 


Kathryn Krouse 


Kelly Livingston 


Katie Marshall 


223 Sondley Dr. 


106 Beaver Pine Way 


429 Fair Haven 


216 Mt. ParanRd. NW 


Asheville, NC 28805 


Cary, NC 27511 


Weddington, NC 28713 


Atlanta, Ga. 30327 


(704)298-2189 


(919)469-5140 


(704)846-4303 


(404)252-6687 


Erin Kiliany 


Kim Kulers 


Stephanie Loy 


Melissa Martin 


Rt. 1, Box 416 


709 West Main St. 


8401 CaldbeckDr. 


815 21 st Ave. Dr. NW 


Fayetteville, WV 25840 


Mount Olive, NC 28365 


Raleigh, NC 27615 


Hickory, NC 28601 


(304)574-2216 


(919)658-5905 


(919)847-8369 


(704)324-0531 


Elizabeth Killen 


Jill Kumper 


Missy Lund 


Annie Mason 


403 Bratton Ave. 


4716 Snowmass Rd. 


1006Queensferry Rd. 


1612 Craig St. 


York, SC 29745 


Glen Allen, Va. 23060 


Cary, NC 27511 


Raleigh, NC 27608 


(803)684-9852 


(804)527-3933 


(919)481-2385 


(919)821-3450 


Liz Knox 


Mika Lanier 


Ann Lunger 


Cary Maybach 


7504 Haymarket Ln. 




2067 Kedge Dr. 


964 Arbor Rd. 


Raleigh, NC 27615 




Vienna, Va. 22181 


Winston-Salem, NC 27104 


(919)846-5042 




(703)938-3003 


(919)761-8092 


Laura Knox 


Linda Lawson 


Cecily Luta 


Sara McClure 


7504 Haymarket Ln. 




6209 Heacham Ct. 


131 Hawthorne Rd. 


Raleigh, NC 27615 


Wilmington, NC 


Raleigh, Nc 27614 


Raleigh, NC 27605 


(919)846-5042 


(919) ' 


(919)676-3696 


(919)856-1690 


Toni Kokotis 


Jennifer Lewis 


Jean Lyndon 


Becky McConnell 


508 Latania Palm 


2104 Tyson St. 


3001 Barefoot Trail 


10728 Dunhill Terrace 


Indialantic, FL 32903 


Raleigh, NC 27612 


Anderson, SC 29621 


Raleigh, NC 27615 


(407)984-7292 


(919)781-2188 


(803)224-7542 


(919)848-1937 


Charlotte Kosanin 


Christina Lind 


Amy Mackie 


Raven McDonald 


621 Arlington St. 


7408 Rainwater Rd. 


113 Juniper Ave. 


306 West Parrish Dr. 


Chapel Hill, NC 27514 


Raleigh, NC 27615 


Wake Forest, NC 27587 


Benson, NC 27504 


(919)929-3249 


(919)878-7916 


(919)556-4906 


(919)894-1182 



150 Directory 



Carla McMasters 
P.O. Box 271 
Siler City, NC 27344 
(919)742-3486 

Ann Dial McMillan 
4208 Harpers Ferry Rd. 
Birmingham, AL 3521 3 
(205)871-7462 

Emily McQueen 
814 W.Covington St. 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 
(910)276-2940 

Kristen Mitchell 
7801 Senter Farm Rd. 
Apex, NC 27502 
(919)779-4065 

Laura Montgomery 
1113Tazwell PI. 

Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)781-9717 

Emily Moore 
4809 Hanover Ave. 
Richmond, Va. 23226 
(804)353-6738 

Julie Morgan 
679 Brownmire Dr. 
Asheboro, NC 27203 
(910)626-2800 

Amy Morrissey 
3703 Hazel Ln. 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(910)282-0569 

Brennan Moseley 
491 Mockingbird Ln. 
Spartanburg, SC 29307 
(803)579-9069 



Lisa Mulligan 
234 Lynn Cove Rd. 
Asheville, NC 28804 
(704)253-9331 



Kim Newman 
601 Antlers Dr. 
Sumpter, SC 29150 
(803)469-2185 

Becky Newman 
6104 Redmond Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)787-1613 

Mary Harvard Nolde 
504 Welwyn Rd. 
Richmond, Va. 23229 
(804)740-8660 

Anne Helene Novak 

5 Allee Rameu 

Les Mureaux, France 78130 

(0286)25-3642 

Ashley O'Brian 
465 Oak Point 
Forest, Va. 24551 
(804)385-8767 

Elizabeth ODonnell 
4318 Montage Dr. 
Pensacola, FL 32503 
(904)478-4652 

Mayumi Okura 

295 Hagiwaradai 1 -chrome 

Kawanishi-shi,Hyogo-ken 666 

(0727)59-8648 

Lily Olive 

5821 Mt. Sinai Rd. 

Durham, NC 27705 

(919)490-6944 

Laura Oliver 
5011 Trent Woods Dr. 
New Bern, NC 28562 
(919)637-1988 

Michelle Oppegaard 
P.O. Box 3031 
Topsail Beach, NC 28445 
(910)328-4531 



Fleur Optekamp 
1509 Marsh Haven 
Johns Island, SC 29455 
(803)768-4021 

Jennifer Ormsby 
2 Sommerton Ct. 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(910)288-7840 

Sarah Owens 
8368 Greywinds Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)676-8927 

Amanda Page 
2901 Wycliff Road 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919)787-5734 

Amy Nash Palmer 
907 Westham Pkwy. 
Richmond, Va. 23229 
(804)282-6450 

Elizabeth Lawrence Parker 
911 Springwell Court 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)469-0519 

Christina Peffer 
614 Palm Boulevard 
Isle of Palms, SC 29451 
(803) 886-8033 

Julie Penta 
8 Aurora Court 
Durham, NC 27713 
(919)490-7996 

Kristie Perrin 
3304 Wade Avenue 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
(919)782-7559 

Stephie Philliips 

310 East Donaldson Avenue 

Radford, NC 28376 

(910)875-4171 



Melanie Pirie 
2036 Kilkenny Hill Road 
Mattrews, NC 28105 
(704)841-1288 

Eliza Pittman 

3970 Wiggins Mill Road 

Wilson, NC 27893 

(919)291-3057 

Betsy Poole 
3700 Hillandale Drive 
Raeigh, NC 27609 
(919)782-4278 

Ches Pope 

940 Cashua Ferry Road 
Darlington, SC 29532 
(803) 393-4830 

Lee Posey 
9805 Tandem Court 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)847-3963 

Sasha Poston 
1426 Coster Road 
Shelby, NC 28150 
(704)435-5928 

Peri Potkovick 



Ann Powell 
2736 Lakeview Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)783-5549 

Crystal Pressley 
106 Black Angus Run 
Cary, NC 27513 
(919)467-1377 

Lynn Pritchett 
305 Hofler Avenue 
Windsor, NC 27983 
(919)794-4215 



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Brooke Ramos 
3511 Darwin Rd. 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919)489-7731 

Amber Ramsey 
921 Gumbranch Rd. 
Jacksonville, NC 28540 
(919)346-6140 

Laurie Rasberry 
8800 Morning Dove Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)848-3564 

Jennifer Rasmovich 
4405 Turnberry Cir. 
Durham, NC 27712 
(919)620-0533 

Kerie Beth Ratterree 
2411 Ainsdale Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 28226 
(704)366-0946 

Emily Rawleigh 
1903 St. Mary's St. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)755-0180 

Meghan Rawlings 
18 Winthrop Ct. 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919)493-0210 

Laura Raynor 
2511 White Oak Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)782-6594 

Melissa Razabdouski 
4805 Leithcroft Place 
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 
(919)557-5429 

Liz Richardson 
100 Halcyon Rd. 
Summerville, SC 29483 
(803)871-3788 



Alyssa Riggio 
2717 Baronhurst Dr. 
Vienna, Va 22181 
(703)319-9113 

Hunter Rion 

3313 Old SaybrookCt. 

Raleigh NC 27612 

(919)781-0824 

Joye Rivenbark 
1700 Pony Run Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)872-1592 

Jackie Rogers 
1123 Country Club Rd. 
Oak Hill, WV 25901 
(304)469-9643 

Laura Ross 
R.D. Box 977 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
(910)599-8002 

Cam Ross 

680 Browns Creek 

Guttersville, AL 35976 

(205)582-1097 

Margaret Rowell 
805 Spring Dr. 
Aiken, SC 29801 
(803)648-6205 

Danielle Ruffino 
4011 WynfordRd. 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919)489-2718 

Mary Miller Russ 
P.O. Box 435 
Shallotte, NC 28459 
(910)754-5032 

Charis Saunders 
139 North Street 
Darlington, SC 29532 
(803)393-8957 



Nikki Savage 

Box 570 

Fayetteville, WV 25840 

(304)465-5157 

Allyson Scott 
506 Trappers Run Dr. 
Cary.NC 27513 
(919)467-1703 

Nami Shiraishi 
Route 7, Box 7274 
Manchester, TN 37355 
(615)728-2301 

Cee Sidler 
3202 Beaufort St. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)782-2263 

Sherrod Sisco 
105 West Gonzalez 
Pensacola, FL 32501 
(904)433-8437 

Ashley Smith 
305 Queensferry Rd. 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)467-6014 

Ellen Smith 
1901 Lodestar Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)846-4084 

Jane Smith 

4842 Forest Ridge Lane 

Columbia, SC 29206 

(803)782-8599 

Stacy Smith 
8803 Norwick Rd. 
Richmond, Va 23229 
(804)741-5144 

Jennifer Spencer 
105 Rosecroft Dr. 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
(919)338-1791 



Lois Spencer 
3309 Loyal Lane 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
(919)848-4595 

Elizabeth Spratt 
115 Kanawha Street 
Fort Mill, SC 29715 
(803)547-2808 

Jeni Stallings 
One Nicklaus Dr. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
(919)447-7620 

Elizabeth Stark 
2207 White Oak Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)783-6211 

Ellyn Stecker 
5541 Fox Ridge Rd. 
Roanoke, Va 24014 
(703)774-8124 

Lindsay Stinson 
Route 2, Box 242-B 
Dillwyn, Va 23936 
(804)983-3159 

Adrianne Stone 
1544 Carr St. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)834-5843 

Ashley Summerlin 
2516 East Pelican 
Long Beach, NC 28465 
(919)278-5254 

Anunu Sundaram 
P.O. Box 025262 
Miami, FL 331 02 



Melissa Sutton 
5236 Knollwood Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)787-4952 



152 Directory 



Nancy Sylvester 
523 Neptune Dr. 
Swansboro, NC 28584 
(919)393-2552 

Kari Syrdahl 
P.O. Box 343300 
Coral Gables, FL 331 34 
(507)60-6914 

Katie Szilagyi 
1201 Ivy Lane 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)319-8597 



Amanda Teague 
4418 Columbine Ct. 
Charlotte, NC 28226 
(704)362-1138 

Mary Kelly Teague 
4313 S. Hesperides Dr. 
Nags Head, NC 27959 
(919)441-1739 

Jessica Thomas 
103 South Fourth St. 
Wilmington, NC 28401 
(910)763-3337 



Tracy Tranguch 
100-L Shearwater Dr. 
Durham, NC 27713 
(919)544-7154 

Donnell Turner 
401 Marlow Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)787-2239 

Jane Twamley 
146 Ceder Hills Cir. 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
(919)942-8088 



Sarah Vaughan 
2425 Argyle Dr. 
Raleigh, NC. 27609 
(919)782-3747 

Sarah Viola 
P.O Box 1046 
Hendersonville, NC 28793 
(704)693-3365 

Kyoko Wakamatsu 

345 Chuzaichi-cho 

Iwakura sakyo-ku 

Kyoto, Japan 81-75-791-3502 



Whitney Szymczyk 
225 Bentley Oaks Lane 
Charlotte, NC 28270 
(704)364-7863 



Robin Thomas 
Route 1,Box279-B 
Fayetteville, WV 25840 
(304)465-1297 



Ashley Twiggs 
817 Blenheim Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919)787-4820 



Jennifer Walker 
1112 W.Lenoir St. 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
(919)828-5016 



Emmye Taft 

303 Kenilworth Rd. 

Greenville, NC 27858 

(919)756-3666 



Allison Thompson 
2619 Northwind Dr. 
Richmond, Va 23233 
(804)360-2830 



Carrie Upchurch 
P.O Box 38 
Milton, NC 27305 
(910)234-8313 



Kate Walton 
805 Lake Boone Tr. 
Raleigh, NC. 27607 
(919)782-0110 



Susanna Tantemsapya 
2025 Robin Hood Rd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
(910)721-1391 

Tate Tattersall 
620 Shadow Lane 
Whispering Pines.NC 28327 
(910)949-3663 

Kathi Taylor 
110 Koonce Cir 
Jacksonville, NC 28540 
(910)347-5366 

Katy Taylor 
3730 Barnwell Cir. 
Pensacola, FL 32503 
(904)434-9856 

Misty Taylor 
1957 Middle Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 
(910)485-5853 



Ashley Thompson 
4590 Clearwater Ct. 
Dumfries, Va 22026 
(703)670-2586 

Cooper Thornhill 
2632 Tatton Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)755-0338 

Lisa Tippett 

1309 Hillbrow Lane, Apt 101 

Raleigh, NC 27615 

(919)870-8916 

Jamie Tompkins 
3505 Canter Lane 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
(919)876-1423 

Lawren Townsend 
1813WestoverCt. 
Rocky Mount, NC 27803 
(919)442-3634 



Janet Uy 

1120 Baileywick Dr. 
Virginia Beach, Va 23455 
(804)460-2334 

Maria Uyterhoeven 
549 Pine Ridge Rd. 
Raleigh, NC. 27615 
(919)782-7812 

Hope Valentine 
900 Marlowe Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)781-2546 

Sara Vanmeter 
512 Seminole Rd. 
Chillicothe, OH. 45601 
(614)774-6825 

Candler Vaughan 

1121 Arbor Rd. 

Winston Salem, NC. 27104 
(910)725-5666 



Rebecca Ward 
4311 Swarthmore Rd. 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919)489-4625 

Cyndi Warren 
305 Holly Hill Rd. 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
(919)398-3907 

Cassie Warrington 
600 S. Howard Cir. 
Tarboro, NC 27886 
(919)823-1813 

Dee Dee Washington 
1308 Collins Dr. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
(910)570-0865 

Kitty Watkins 

4025 Martin's Point Rd. 

Kitty Hawk, NC 27949 

(919)261-4288 



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Hadley Watson 
510 S.Clyde Ave. 
Wilson, NC 27893 
(919)291-7080 

Evelyn Way 
510 Throncliff Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 28303 
(910)864-3008 

Courtney Weill 
2258 The Circle 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)828-7092 



Keira Williams 
115 Sea View Dr. 
Holden Beach, NC 28462 
(910)842-3310 

Lauren Williams 
115 Sea View Dr. 
Holden Beach, NC 28462 
(910)842-3310 

Sydnor Williams 
2907 South Memorial Dr. 
Greenville, NC 27834 
(919)756-0765 



M'Lee Welch 
319 S. 13th Ave. 
Laurel, MS 39440 
(601)649-1494 



Katherine Wrenn 
303 Wilshire Blvd. 
Wilson, NC 27893 
(919)291-1823 



Ashley Wellons 
207 Mclver St. 
Greenville, SC 29601 
(803)232-1178 



Emily Yerby 
215 Lockwood West 
Cary.NC 27511 
(919)233-4452 



Finley West 
965 Scriven Dr. 
Florence, SC 29501 
(803)669-0359 



Ange Young 
1517 Clayton Rd. 
Willow Spring, NC 27592 
(919)552-9753 



Lucy White 

2404 Lake Loraine Rd. 

Richmond, Va. 23233 

(804)740-4342 

Dickens Whitley 
3102 Woodgreen Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919)787-2301 

Gaelle Widmer 



Jennifer Zahren 

16341 Yellow Jacket Circle 

Mooresville, NC 28115 

(704)663-0569 



Allison Wilkes 
P.O. Box 248 
Snow Hill, NC 28580 
(919)747-8854 



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